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Internet Explorer Form Submit by element

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rDub

Using IE.au3 Is there a way to use an existing element reference of a submit button to call its click method?

For background

I have been using the functions in IE.au3 to navigate web pages and fill out form objects, textboxes, combo boxes, etc with no real problems. I had been using the _IEFormSubmit() function to post all the data I had entered then I ran into a page with multiple submit buttons in the same form, each with a different value attached. Each button called the submit of the same form however they have very different results.

Any help is greatly appreciated

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DaleHohm

Yes, and in fact this is discussed in some detail in the remarks for the _IEFormSubmit function in the helpfile.

_IEAction($oButton, "click")

Dale


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rDub

Thanks! I should have noticed that ... guess its time for some remedial reading classes

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