Excel Macro to Open Url in the rows

I want a excel macro that opens the url stored in excel spreadsheet (e.g.A1:A10)
in IE one by one.
shaishavgaurAsked:
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p912sCommented:
Do the UR's have hyperlinks?

With a cell selected this will follow the hyperlink.

Selection.Hyperlinks(1).Follow NewWindow:=False, AddHistory:=True

Scot
hpiersonCommented:
I've done a lot of work interfacing with webpages using code from the following page:


"Working with Internet Explorer Using VBA"
http://vba-corner.livejournal.com/4623.html

You'll get ideas that probably go beyond what you think is possibe.

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p912sCommented:
Also, if they are text and do not contain hyperlinks you can do it like this.

    Set ie = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application")
    ie.Navigate Cells(1, 1)
    ie.Visible = True
    ie.AddressBar = True
    ie.MenuBar = True

That could be changed to pass it a cell arress or loop thru a list? Not quite sure how you are wanting to use the code...

Scot
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