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Help me build Visual Basic application that searches for hyperlinks on a web page

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I need help in building a Visual Basic application that does the following:
1) Goes to a website
2) Scans the resulting web page for hyperlinks
3) Stores all hyperlinks into an Access Database, a tab delimeted text file or an Excel sheet.

Please include full sample code.

Thanks
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This is indeed very cool... try this complete example of all your needs:

http://www.internet-technology.org/tutorials/agents/visualbasic/march/
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What I got from both of you is great.  However, I'm under a time crunch so I need full working source now.  So, I resubmitted the question here:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Visual_Basic/Q_20775558.html

Hope both of you can earn more points.
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