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Drag n Drop BETWEEN textbox and web browser

Drag n Drop BETWEEN textbox and web browser
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So I've read numerous questions about doing drag and drop between two text boxes and understand that concept.

but what about dragging text from a text box. into an embedded web browser? Would similar concepts apply? Is there a way to transfer information from access into the web html code?
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