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Selecting all values from SELECT Tag

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Hi guys,

I want to select all the values in a SELECT tag like this :

<select id="lstManager" class="Text" multiple="multiple" name="lstManager" size="4">

<option value="121">ABC</option>

<option value="123">DEF</option>

<option value="101">GHI</option>

<option value="144">JKL</option>

<option value="141">MNO</option>

<option value="154">PQR</option>

</select>

How do i do tht? I want to select all the option values present .

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What do you get with this code snippet?

Local $oIE = _IE_Create(<url>)
Local $oSelect = _IEGetObjById($oIE, "IstManager")
ConsoleWrite(_IEPropertyGet($oSelect, "innertext") & @CRLF)


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Have you looked at _IEFormElementOptionselect() and its examples?

Dale


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