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is there some way to login web site on access 2013 web browser

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hi

is there some way to program with vba that  a web browser control  in microsoft access  will  open a web site and will put your name and password for this web site

something like this on vba

Me.WebBrowser0.Navigate "www.website.com"
webbrowser.name "myname"
webbrowser.password "mypassword"
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by:Jack Leach
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You have to interact with the browser's DOM to do that (Document Object Model).  Most input elements should have an ID, in which case you can use getElementById() to obtain a reference to the element and then set it's Value property.  Likewise, you can Submit the form that they belong to.

I don't recall all the syntax enough to be helpful at the moment, and the only good references for them that I know of I'm not allowed to link to, but maybe that'll give you a head start.

Cheers,
-jack
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thanks alot for your answer but how i interact with the browser's DOM?
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