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Extract url using "Link text" or "Address bar in IE"

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I know the link text on the web page

How can I extract the url associated with that link text, please let me know


If I use _IELinkClickByText function and load the page in Internet explorer, how can I fetch the url from the address bar of the IE

Please help.

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