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Posted on 2013-11-22
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So on the following page:

http://www.photopanda.co.uk/apps/ipc/default.aspx?productID=M12&productType=REORD

Is there a way to programatically push the button that says "Use photos from my computer"?

In the past, I've used:

WebBrowser2.Application.Document.parentWindow.execScript "submitForm();"

But I don't know how to apply it to this situation.
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All these pages that you have asked about are actively trying to prevent you from doing what you want.  Every one so far has been programmed through javascript so that you can't 'automatically' submit anything.  That is getting more and more common as web sites try to defend themselves against automated submissions, most of which are spam or attempts to break in.
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I guess they will lose out on my business then.  Bummer!!!
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