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Internet Explorer Macro Automation

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    Internet Explorer Macro Automation

    Hi All,
    I’m trying to figure out how to have a macro bring up this website (an internal document website) reference the first frame (red) (frameSearchCriteria) uncheck the “My Loans Only” box (“xMyContainers”), Enter in a Loan Number (“xObjectSearchValue”) and click search (id=”xSearchSubmit”), then jump to the second frame (blue) (“frameSearchResults”) and click that row that starts with the loan number (“xRowClickAction”) which opens another window. i’ve started most of it, but it doesn’t seem to be doing anything. I'm curious if referencing specific frame names or forms would help and it also looks like the "Loan Number" field has multiple names to it, not sure if that has something to do with it. i've tried attaching the html and a snip of the website however the attachments dont seem to be working. i will keeping attempting to post those. as always the help is greatly appreciated!

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    Re: Internet Explorer Macro Automation

    just noticed there's an iframe. here's what its updated to. anyone have any ideas?

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    Re: Internet Explorer Macro Automation

    bump, anyone?

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    Re: Internet Explorer Macro Automation

    Post responsibly. Search for excelforum.com

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    Re: Internet Explorer Macro Automation

    Thanks Chippy.

    kboy,

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