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Folks,
I am writing an ASP.NET app that requires the one community of users to define their company. I would like them to be able to search their local machine for:
 * an image to use as a logo for their company
 * the attached printers to select the default to use for background printing
 * any attached FAX'es to send FAX'es in the background

Clearly their are Windows controls to do this with very little effort. Are there equivalent controls available for ASP.NET?

If not, at minimum I need to allow the users to browse the local machine for their logo file. Any sugegstions?

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ActiveX may be able to do this????

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Hi,

If you want a 'Open File Dialog' kind a thing then you can use input tag with type='File'.

<input type="file" id="FileBox" value="Open">



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This is a classic ASP forum, you will get more helpful answers in the .net area

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