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VBS Internet Explorer Object- Select Multiple Value's in list box?

Posted on 2009-05-19
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Hi Guys,

Code is below. Any idea how to select multiple value's in a multi-line select box?

Regards,
Raaqi
Dim IE

Set IE = CreateObject ("InternetExplorer.Application")
 

IE.Navigate "select.htm"

IE.Visible = True
 
 

do while IE.Busy

Loop
 

IE.Document.all("toppings").value = "onions"

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Hi,

The code below will select multiple items (1,3,4) in the checkbox below.
MultiListBox should be the name of the list box item.

sew

Dim IE

Set IE = CreateObject ("InternetExplorer.Application")
 

IE.Navigate "select.htm"

IE.Visible = True
 

Do While IE.Busy

Loop
 

Set objListbox = IE.document.getElementById("MultiListBox")

objListbox.Options(0).Selected = True

objListbox.Options(2).Selected = True

objListbox.Options(3).Selected = True

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