Access 2003 IE Object model renders webpage differently the Access 2007 IE object

Trying to extract a company name from a web page,  using Access 2003 vba.
but when using Access 2007the ie object returns different data?

here is my vba code
Dim ie As Object
Set ie = CreateObject("internetexplorer.application")
 strHTML = ie.Document.body.innerHTML

HERE IS THE VIEW SOURCE from the webpage
                           <TABLE BORDER="0">
                                 <TD WIDTH="25" STYLE="font-size:2pt">&nbsp;</TD>
                                 <TD WIDTH="25" CLASS="c1">&nbsp;</TD>

                                 <TD ALIGN="RIGHT" CLASS="c0" VALIGN="TOP" NOWRAP>Company Name:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</TD>

                                 <TD CLASS="c2">AMART CONSULTANT NETWORK INC</TD>

                                 <TD WIDTH="25" CLASS="c1">&nbsp;</TD>

                                 <TD ALIGN="RIGHT" CLASS="c0" NOWRAP>CRK:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</TD>

strHTML result from Microsoft Office Access 2003

Company Name:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</TD><TD class=c2>AMART CONSULTANT NETWORK INC</TD></TR><TR><TD class=c1 width=25>&nbsp;</TD><TD class=c0 noWrap align=right>CRK:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</TD><TD class=c2>0001000000</TD></T

 strHTML result from Microsoft Office Access2007
Company Name:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</td>

                                 <td class="c2"><span class="adtext" id="adtext_4">AMART</span> <span class="adtext" id="adtext_1">CONSULTANT NETWORK</span> INC</td>
my question is why do I get different results in Access 2003 and Access 2007?
how can I make them both work as in Access 2003?
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I think problem with different content could be in web server: it can analyse browser used and change code dynamically.
You can exclude this influence by removing tags from result. Look at sample (Query2)
2 functions are used:
removeTags removes any tags from string
GetSection return string with text after section name (second parameter)

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durickAuthor Commented:
Thanks, these are two great functions. How would I modify "removeTags" to keep "<BR>" tags?
You can see line in the beginning of function:
A = Replace(A, "</TR>", vbCrLf)
add similar line for <BR>:
A = Replace(A, "<BR>", vbCrLf)
or (and)
A = Replace(A, "</BR>", vbCrLf)
durickAuthor Commented:
thanks again
durickAuthor Commented:
Thanks again you have been so helpful, but now I have one more question.

The get section routine appears to work great in a query, but when I use it in straight  vba, the string value returned has many leading blanks or some characters that the trim function will not remove? any ideas
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