Sabtu, 13 Desember 2014

RE: [ExcelVBA] Interacting with Internet Explorer “Save As” dialog box using VBA

 

Mkorgie, you'll have to upload your screenshot manually via a moderator.

 

Have a look at these automation tools. I can't remember which ones can be controlled from VBA, but their sites will tell you.

1)      Apis mouse and keyboard sequence recorder

2)      Auto macro recorder

3)      Autom8 – mouse click automation

Just search for them on the interweb.

 

 

Paul

 

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Subject: [ExcelVBA] Interacting with Internet Explorer "Save As" dialog box using VBA

 

 

I'm automating a process where I export information (.CSV file) from a web site into excel using VBA.   Does anyone know how to interact with the Internet Explorer dialog box (screen shot below) so that I can save the file directly from VBA?   Thanks much!

 

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