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Having VB6 fill in IE7 Text Boxes Using WebBroswer

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OK, please bare in mind that I consider myself a beginner at VB6 at best, so I'm not even sure if what I'm trying to do is plausible...

We have a webpage at work that helps to send out severe weather bulletins to our clients. I want to make a VB6 program that can automatically pull up the internet web site in which we enter the information and have it fill out the details automatically.

I have created a program that uses webbrowser to pull up the site, but I can't have it navigate automatically. How do I have the program enter text in a text box? How do I have it change the focus on different command buttons on a web page?

Is this even possible using the Webbrowser command or do I need VB.net to accomplish this?

Any help or sample code would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Scott
Mar 25 '07 #1
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