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This question probably doesn't belong here but I googled it and didn't find any luck on the topic. I thought I'd try here since there are many computer gurus is this forum.
I have a winform application and implemented an export button, when the user clicks the export button, I'd like to invoke a standard "File Download" Dialog Box like in IE that will allow user to open the .csv file in the browser when Open button is clicked and saves the .csv file when Save button is clicked. This is all straightforward if it was a web application. But as for a windows application, there is only an Open File Dialog Box and a Save File Dialog Box.
My question is:
Is it possible to invoke the "File Download" Dialog Box like in IE in a winform application?
Or do I have to write my own?
Thank you for any inputs.
Thanks for the reply. Now I see why you thought it sounded like virus activity - I called it a “file download” that I wanted to implement.
What I really want to implement is a ’save as’ dialog with an additional ‘open’ button… similar to the I.E. ‘file download’ dialog.
Anyways, I've moved forward on this issue.