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Posted on 2008-06-12
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If I say:
wb.document.all("somevaluehere").value = "asdf"

then the textbox called "somevaluehere" gets the value "asdf" written to it.

Why doesn't this work?


Private Sub Whatever()

'the below variable is getting a list of values

'from an HTML page

Dim varSomething() as string
 

wb.document.all(varSomething(0)).value = "asdf"

End Sub

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Question by:Takamine334
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Private Sub Whatever()

'the below variable is getting a list of values

'from an HTML page

Dim varSomething() as string
 

redim  varSomething(0)

varSomething(0) = "somevaluehere"

wb.document.all(varSomething(0)).value = "asdf"

End Sub

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by:Takamine334
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So, I have to reDim all the variables? 1,2.3,4, etc?
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by:Takamine334
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?
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by:EDDYKT
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yes ie

ReDim Preserve varSomething(0)
ReDim Preserve varSomething(1)
ReDim Preserve varSomething(2)

or if you know how many variable to store i.e. 10

you can
ReDim Preserve varSomething(9)   '0-9
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by:Takamine334
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It's much better to use this method:
Public wbDoc As HTMLDocument
Set wbDoc = wb.Document

wbDoc.all(varSomething(x)).value = "asdf"
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