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    Select radio button on website using Excel VBA

    Hello experts,
    I need help to select the "I agree" radio button on a website. I tried many ways found on the Internet but I couldn't get it to work, so I give up and I am here to find a solution.
    The steps are the following:
    -Login (done)
    -Agree the terms (Here is the problem)
    -Start to work (I guess this gonna be easy)

    Here is the code I am using to login (the next page is the Agreement):
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    And here is the code I got from the "Inspect Element" of Google Chrome in the webpage:

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    This is the code following the above (Is where the "Next" button appears, to agree the terms and continue, but I guess I must use .Document.forms(0).submit to continue):

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    Re: Select radio button on website using Excel VBA

    What have you tried to select the radio button?
    If posting code please use code tags, see here.

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    Re: Select radio button on website using Excel VBA

    Should you really be skipping reading the T&Cs on something like that?

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    Re: Select radio button on website using Excel VBA

    Hello Norie, I tried the .click procedure but I am not sure how that works in this case, as you can see, the radio buttons does not have an ID so I can't getElementById. Also I tried a Checked procedure. This is my first time manipulating a website using VBA. I don't remember exactly what I tried, I just was googling.

    Hello Kyle123, I work on that site every day, I don't need to read it. I m doing this because I want to automate some procedures in the job.

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    Re: Select radio button on website using Excel VBA

    You could use getElementsByClassName, and rather than the click method perhaps value or selected (checked?).

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    Re: Select radio button on website using Excel VBA

    Thank you Noire. Can you write a sample code based on my codes from my first post PLEASE? I am not a VBA expert

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    Re: Select radio button on website using Excel VBA

    Can someone help me?

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