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How to control IE's tabs?  (Dim WithEvents o_IE As InternetExplorer ... Set o_IE = New InternetExplorer)

Posted on 2009-07-05
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Hello and good morning !

I have a Visual Basic 6 project, a kind of form filler, which assists the user with loading web sites.
Now I want to add a second tab to the instance of IE the program conrols.

How do I do so?

Thank you for your help.

Susan
Dim WithEvents o_IE As InternetExplorer
 
Private Sub Form_Load()
...
    Set o_IE = New InternetExplorer
    o_IE.Navigate m_URL
    o_IE.Visible = True
...

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