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1. many times I want words in the line to be different, not entire lines.

2. I've looked for ways to "unselect" and the only thing I've found is to select from the end, size 0.
The problem I get is ever time I select a new area to highlight, it un-highlights the previous area.

3. I've tried the WebBrowser approach, it is the most promising. I can create anythign I like with it.
I used the WebBrowser->Document->Write( HtmlCode ) to add lines to the control and all is great -- almost.
My problem is I can't find a way to clear the control for the next "do it" run of the process.
It just keeps appending to the end of what is alreay there.

4. This might be my only answer, but I'd like to avoid it.
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