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Would like to auto click Save button from IE 10 notification download bar using VBA

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Would like to auto click Save button from IE 10 notification download bar using VBA
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by:Qlemo
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Are you automating IE from VBA yet?
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by:mani kandan
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YES Qlemo, Yes I am still trying in VBA. I have certain customization needs to do case on case basis and I tried Imacros and could not do customization. So looking for VBA
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I will try to create a test case, because I'm not sure it is feasible to access the notification bar (for security reasons).
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by:mani kandan
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Hi Qlemo, Any luck on my requirements..
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Any luck
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Not yet. Difficult for me to test, hence I have called other Experts - to no avail obviously.
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The only way I found was to use SendKey("%s") while having the IE window as active window.
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