I am using VBA to pull a web query to get sone info from an intranet site.
Unfortunately, the data it pulls is usually old. I've found the only solution is to open a browser manually and to click the Reload button on the web page then navigate back to my workbook and run it again. Then it will pull the most up to date info.
I've tried several ways of forcing a refresh of the data, but have not figured it out yet.
I have been trying the past couple of hours to use the send keys button to tab down to the button on the page I need and to hit enter, thus forcing a refresh, but I can't seem to get that to work either.
I am writing a macro to automate the filling up some data from excel to company website. I have changed the website name in this post for data protection purpose. The excel will login for different clients by using the combination of username and password for respective clients and then some data are required to be inserted in a text box on a web page, I think the text box is on a form and form is within an iframe, within the web page. Once the data is inserted into text box, one button (Submit), which is also on the same form, is to be clicked.
On the click of a button, the updated data appears on another section, I could not make out if it is an form or frame, which is under the abovementioned form. Once we are happy with the way data appears on the web page, we have to click another button (Update), which is on the same section, to finally updating the data on website.
I wrote the following code to login to the website and then to navigate to the web page where I have to fill up the performance numbers in a text box.
The first problem is how to access the text box inside the form from VBA so that the macro can write a number in that text box and how to access the button to submit the data. The HTML code, which can be seen on click of F12, is attached below.
The second problem is how to access the Update button inside the other section, so that the data will be finally uploaded.
VB: Sub LoginToCorpAccount() Dim ie As Object Set ie = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application")
I have an index page with hundreds of worksheets (poor spreadsheet design i know) I am looking for a button to go next to the sheet name on the index sheet, read the cell in the button's macro code and when pushed go to that sheet's location. I can easily make a button to go to one sheet but with hundreds of sheets this becomes a monotonous task. Example
Sheet 2 (Button) <-- Button reads the text, takes you to the "Sheet 2" location Sheet 3 (Button) Sheet 4 (Button Sheet 5 (Button)
I have developed a Userform button in Excel 2010 using the developer icons, which when clicked on with my mouse it runs my super dooper macro. It works great!
But one thing I want to have happen is to have the choice of using the Enter key to start the macro or use the left mouse button
For example, I place data in (say) cell A1 and the userform button is in cell A2. When I place the data in A1 and press the Enter key, the cursor moves down to A2, but doesn't highlight the user button. When I press the Enter key again, the cursor moves to cell A3.
What I want is when I fill in the data in A1 and press the Enter key, the cursor moves to cell A2 and selects the button, so that when I press the Enter key again, it activates the macro.
I recived the small job of making a template for my company for travel. I had spare time so I added in a feature so they can just e-mail it to the approite person from clicking a command button intead of taking the time to click the built in excel e-mail function and typing the addresse.
Anyway, this from tells the person who it is being e-mail to, what flights to book.
I have differnt command buttons to bring up differnt airline webpages, bascially a hyperlink but in command button form. Is there a way, just because i have time, to take the flying dates from excel, input them into the webpage which the command brings up, and search for the flights for that date, just by clicking a button in excel?
I was reading Box Office Mojo and wanted to know which actor would have the highest box office total if worldwide sales were accounted for and inflation was considered (for some reason they offer the data in 3 different formats but that is not one of them). I had previously only used Excel for simple records so I had to search your site for ways to write a few macros but I got everything working. I want to present the data.
It looks like embedding a spreadsheet in a webpage can be done but is there anyway I can add a feature so that if the person browsing the site clicks on a cell that cell's data will removed from consideration? I don't want the cell to actually display a "0" but if the background color could change to signify it was no longer being counted that would awesome. A lot of people argue about what movie should be counted toward an actors total box office record (starring roles only, supporting roles, voice work, cameos) so I would really like to be able to allow people to easily remove roles they personally don't think should count towards the total.
I am currently working on a VBA Macro in order to scrape data from a webpage into an Excel spreadsheet. My problem originates from the type of webpage that I am accessing. I am accessing a webpage that is used to filter the type of information, in which I have a Favorite (preset), which is the URL that I have included in the code. Once I get to that page, the code selects the proper function to load the data onto another webpage. It is from this webpage that the data I need to import into the spreadsheet is located.
Here is a step by step breakdown of my macro and the bolded/underlined portion .
Macro initiated - > filter webpage opened - > selection of filter preloaded - > data loaded into another webpage - > webpage with data opened - > | need to transfer data to Excel |
I have a simple text box I need to fill in with my email which I have managed to do very simply with this code;
Dim IE As InternetExplorer Dim sIEWindowName As String Set IE = New InternetExplorer IE.Visible = True
The layout looks like this with my email.value entered in.
I'm using Access 2007, but that is irrelevant for the VBA.
My problem is I can't enter the filename as easily. I have to use SENDKEYS to TAB over then a bunch of other tacky SENDKEY commands to load my file. Even though it works I don't feel it's reliable and would rather just fill the file name in a bit easier.
I used IE developer to show before and after using the BROWSE button to load the file location as seen in pic 1 and pic 2.
The code below has been my best attempt. It runs without error but it does not give me the result I need which is a file location for the application to pull.
have been trying to work out how to copy data from a website into a worksheet. For some reason the Data > Import External Data > New Web Query route does not work so I have tried the code below but cannot get this to work either.
What I am trying to achieve is to copy each of the various tables on the page into Excel.
Dim WebCopy As Object Dim WebtitleCopy As Object Set WebCopy = Sheets("Sheet2") WebCopy.Cells.Clear
I'm trying to enter some in a website and submit it, I'm using this code:
Code: Sub LoginToSite2() Dim IE As Object Dim IEdoc As Object Dim Password As Object
However I can't get to work for this website, I'm getting Run-time error "91" Object variable or With block variable not set I can only post the source code of the website (below). Also it contains frames, maybe that's part of the problem.
I've been working with this script to import and paste a webpage to a worksheet. Once the webpage is on a worksheet I can pull it into VBA easily enough but I was wondering if there's a way to "paste" the webpage directly into an array in VBA and skip the paste to worksheet step?
Set IE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application") With IE .Navigate theURL IE.Visible = False End With