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(IE) how to submit a form with no name?

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poxet

or how to click a button which has no name?

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Did you try either of the _IELinkClickBy* functions?


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DaleHohm

or how to click a button which has no name?

The same way you submit a form with a name. If your question is really how do you get an object reference to a form without a name, please see the remarks in the helpfile for _IEFormGetObjByName. If you are haing trouble with _IEFormSubmit, please read the remarks for that function in the helpfile.

Welcome to the forums. In the future, please post more detail about what you are trying to do and what you have tried (including code).

Dale


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poxet

If your question is really how do you get an object reference to a form without a name, please see the remarks in the helpfile for _IEFormGetObjByName.

that was it,

and the answer was in the help file

i'm sorry, i should have checked that first,

thank you both for your help :)

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