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Print the page only if a certain word is found on web page

Posted on 2015-01-30
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Hi Experts I am using the following code to print data fetched from web search to printer.
Lot of hits are done using pre-defined values. But I need to print only the successful hit only. So the following code needs to be amended to PRINT ONLY IF the page contains the words "Assessment Year". If the word is found then it should print and give a sound. But if the value is not found then it should keep searching till the list is exhausted.

Sub SavePageHTML(doc, strPath, strFileName)
Dim strHTML As String
Dim FF As Long

    If Dir(strPath & "\" & strFileName) = "" Then

        FF = FreeFile()

        strHTML = doc.body.innerhtml

        Open strPath & "\" & strFileName For Output As #FF

        Print #FF, "<link href=""../challan.css"" rel=""stylesheet"" type=""text/css"" />"
        Print #FF, strHTML

        Close #FF

    Else
    
        FF = FreeFile()
        
        strHTML = doc.body.innerhtml

        Open strPath & "\" & strFileName For Append As #FF

        Print #FF, strHTML

        Close #FF
    End If

End Sub

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Question by:Kanwal_No2
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Dany Balian earned 500 total points
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type this immediately after: strHTML = doc.body.innerhtml
if instr(1,strHTML ,"Assessment Year",1)>0 then 'continue your code...
'if you want the text to be case sensitive then change the last parameter to 0 instead of 1
if instr(1,strHTML ,"Assessment Year",0)>0 then 'continue your code...

Final Code:
Sub SavePageHTML(doc, strPath, strFileName)
Dim strHTML As String, SearchCase As Integer
SearchCase = 1 ' 0= case sensitive, 1=case insensitive

strHTML = doc.body.innerhtml

If InStr(1, strHTML, "Assessment Year", SearchCase) < 1 Then Exit Sub

Dim FF As Long
    If Dir(strPath & "\" & strFileName) = "" Then
        FF = FreeFile()
        Open strPath & "\" & strFileName For Output As #FF
        Print #FF, "<link href=""../challan.css"" rel=""stylesheet"" type=""text/css"" />"
        Print #FF, strHTML
        Close #FF
    Else
        FF = FreeFile()
        Open strPath & "\" & strFileName For Append As #FF
        Print #FF, strHTML
        Close #FF
    End If
End Sub

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