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Internet Explorer Tables

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Currently I'm able to add rows and cells in that row to a table in Internet Explorer using sample code below:

$oNewTR00 = $oTable2.insertrow(5)
$oNewCell00 = $oNewTR00.insertcell(0)
_IEPropertySet($oNewCell00, "innerText", "Text Here")

How would I add a new column onto the end of that table and the cells to enter information?

Thanks!

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HTML tables don't have the concept of columns as they do for rows. Therefore, you simply need to append a cell to each row:

$oTRs = _IETagnameGetCollection($oTable2, "tr")
For $oTR in $oTRs
    $oTR.insertcell(-1)
Next

the -1 signifies append to the end

Dale


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Thanks for the help, works great!


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$oIE= _IE_Example("table")
$oTable =_IETableGetCollection ($oIE, 1)
$oTRs = _IETagnameGetCollection($oTable, "tr")
For $oTR in $oTRs
    $Element=$oTR.insertcell(-1)
    _IEPropertySet($Element, "innerText", "Text here")
Next

Just for the newbs like me that have trouble figuring this out with that response. Here's and example.


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