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How to click radio button on webpage with this name and value

Posted on 2006-11-16
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<INPUT type=radio name=".dd_r" value=".jj_ym">


I've tried ie.document.body.all(".dd_r").checked = "1" and a bunch of variations of that but no go.
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Are you using the IE Control?
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For IE Control you would do something like:

   Set objframes = WebBrowser1.Document.frames
   Set objdoc = objframes.Document
   Set htmlfield = objdoc.getelementsbyname(".dd_r")
   htmlfield(0).checked = "1"

Tell me if that works for you.


Brian
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Yep that did it. Thanks!
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