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How to clear a web address in a web browser cache using VBA

Posted on 2007-10-17
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Hi experts,

I would like to find some code that will enable me to delete one specific website from a web browsers cache when I click on a command button in MS Access 2003.  My form relys on information that has been inported into a table from an HTML web page but the form does not update the information on the website if the website is cached.

Can anybody help me clear the cache in the web browser?

Thank you.
Terry
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Hi Terry,
See this link

            http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.php?t=440508

pDog
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Thank you for your posts.  PDog, the code half way down the thread seems to work the way I need it.  Thank you very much.

Terry
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