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IE3.0 support but not IE4.0?!

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I'm writing a asp
I have used "MyForm.Submit()" to submit a form.  It works when I use IE 3.0, however, an error message prompted -
"Object does not support this property or method - MyForm.Submit"  when I use IE 4.0.

What can I do?

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Assume you are using IE4.

Give the form an ID name! like <form id="xxx"...> then On anyother elements including buttons what you do is <onclick="document.all.xxx(you form id).(actions)>
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Actually. You can do this. It's just an example!

<script..... what language???>
Sub submit()
// Actions
End sub
</script>

then

<form>
<button ID="Mybutton (or whatever you wish to call it)" onclick="submit()"> Click me </button></form>

Internet Client SDK is gonna help you much quicker. You know where to find it?
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