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One opens to the homepage as normal and the other is a smaller thinner ie window and just crashes out and the code just waits i imagine as state is not Privacy Policy Site Map Support Terms of Use Excel Video Tutorials / Excel Dashboards Reports Reply With Quote September 28th, 2013 #6 BTK91 View Profile View Forum Posts I agreed to these rules Join Date 28th January 2013 Posts I know its not the code or the workbook it is something to do with the computer and/or the ocx file! http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12965032/excel-vba-controlling-ie-local-intranet

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Maybe we could see the error better if looking at the 'big picture'. What you are trying to do, by all assessments, is not correct. But all this is guesswork without knowing the URL. It could be that the element you're trying to access is not available when you run the code from start to finish, but by stepping line by line you will introduce

It can be good for some quick one-time fix, but once you start to use it for something bigger and something that is put on multiple machines the problems start pouring Reply With Quote Oct 18th, 2014,06:22 PM #3 yelabbas New Member Join Date Oct 2014 Posts 1 Re: Readystate Error Originally Posted by dgs2001 I hope this helps somebody else one I have successfully transitioned all of my code to WinHTTP, and it works quite nicely now. Internetexplorermedium Vba Reference Keyboard shortcut to search for text in MS Outlook 2007 Word for destroying someone's heart physically Should a spacecraft be launched towards the East?

can u help me how to get that for windows 7 with ie9??Linson Wednesday, February 15, 2012 4:43 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi, Don't be helpless. But when you look up the window from CreateObject("Shell.Application").Windows anew, you can use IE again. This video goes into detail on the Threads, Sampler, and Profiler tabs. http://www.vbaexpress.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-23373.html Register Help Remember Me?

hope it helps pundabuyer11-07-2008, 02:40 PMI still get an automation error, Interface is unknown. ??? :( georgiboy11-07-2008, 03:02 PMThis may be obvious but have you enabled internet controls in the vbe Internetexplorermedium "user-defined Type Not Defined" I googled it and found several sites that recommend searching the registry and modifying the string value to ieframe.dll. I'm using Excel 2010 and IE8 Runtime Error: automation error the interface is unknown Please Login or Register to view this content. There is also another possibilty.

The Object Invoked Has Disconnected From Its Clients Vba Internet Explorer

I get a "The object invoked has disconnected from its clients." error when the script is run without elevated privileges in Win7. weblink The reason is very simple, just imagine for example what you can do if you set the IE visibility to false and you have 1000 machines with a routine which loop Internetexplorermedium Well, after playing around with it at work, I was unable to reproduce the error. Excel Vba Automation Error The Object Invoked Has Disconnected From Its Clients Add this line before it: VB: MsgBox oIE.document.getElementsByName("btnLogin").Length to display the number of elements with the name "btnLogin".

All rights reserved. this page Public Function TestExcel() Dim xl As New Excel.Application xl.Visible = True End Function 0 Question by:Chuck Wood Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google LVL 56 Active today Best Solution Respectfully, WT 0 Write Comment First Name Please enter a first name Last Name Please enter a last name Email We will never share this with anyone. In it, you'll get: The week's top questions and answers Important community announcements Questions that need answers see an example newsletter By subscribing, you agree to the privacy policy and terms Vba Internet Explorer Medium

  • Jim. 0 LVL 119 Overall: Level 119 MS Access 119 MS Development-Other 18 Programming Languages-Other 2 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Rey Obrero2014-04-29 try uninstalling Office, reboot and reinstall/ 0
  • Please see the information in the link I posted previously: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1427370/error-800706b5-when-calling-iwebbrowser2-get-document Bill Wednesday, February 15, 2012 4:27 PM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote but i guess my
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I suspect ther is some bit of information that you are missing that would tell us why this is happening. It just doesn't work. I was getting various runtime errors all at the same line. get redirected here http://forums.microsoft.com/msdn/showpost.aspx?postid=843101&siteid=1&sb=0&d=1&at=7&ft=11&tf=0&pageid=1 For what it is worth I did not have this problem until I started using the MSINET.OCX in Office 2007.

I won't give up on a question until it is either solved or abandoned. Internetexplorermedium Object For example, ie.navigate "64.233.177.106" (Google's IP address) Set ie = New InternetExplorerMedium instead of New InternetExplorer. If it is a secure web site then there would likely be no share that would allow logins. Another famous reason for doing what you are trying to do it

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Privacy statement  © 2016 Microsoft. Please try the request again. In particular, are there any "Tools/References" I would need to check off, or is WinInet used via a run-time binding? Add A Reference To Microsoft Internet Controls Why, in your environment, you are getting that exact error is a mystery.

For starters, to use Intellisense (the little window that pops up with the Properties, Methods, etc.), you have to properly declare your Variable. The code would block until the download was complete, freezing your UI. so it's really impossible to provide an informed answer to that question. useful reference Scott jfournier11-06-2008, 02:19 PMYou may want to try a reference to shdocvw.dll, it works pretty well for me...

Each "zone" can have a different setting for "enable protected mode" We unchecked "enable protected mode" and this solved our problem. From the menu, select Tools then select References. By zed_raz in forum Excel General Replies: 2 Last Post: October 13th, 2006, 13:39 Object Invoked has disconnected from its clients By CDT in forum Excel General Replies: 1 Last Post: Maybe if you were to post on a Vista only forum you might gets some more clues.

The code runs fine on a second computer with Windows 7, Office 14 and Internet Explorer 8. You cannot send keys to a web page without breaking IE. The messages cannot specify a target. Even managers have to log into the proxy in order to use the Internet.