have you looked at the OLE browser which comes with the activestate perl distribution? Otherwise i would use msdn
to find the objects. I'm in php class right now so ill take a deeper look.
Update: I've looked at the msdn for a bit. The class you would likely need is WebBrowserBase Class. Somewhere within that you should be able to find what you need. Looking a little closer i found WebBrowser.DocumentTitle method. Give it a shot, all of the code there is in MSLanguages but post if you need help.
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