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How can I Access the internet from inside Excel vba code

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I'd like a button click on my spreadsheet to take the user to my website (www.mywebsite.com). How can I find out which browser the user has installed on his Windows computer and then what commands would I use to call that browser (Internet Explorer or Firefox) and link to my website?
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There is a lot of ways to do this with VBA and Internet Explorer, including having a mini webbrowser inside your excel.

Other wise the way you do it is

Application.FollowHyperlink strURL

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If you want to read more about it see MSDN Excel 2003 Reference
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Does this work in Excel 2007 and 2010?
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It seems that it does work in Excel 2007 and 2010.
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Thanks!
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