Vba Web Browser

Feb 13, 2010

I have a file which extracts employee entries when you put the employee code. Have created a form to show the progress % and estimated time for search.

In this form i have added a animation .gif file and it runs fine on my PC but not on any other PC as the .gif file is store on my desktop.

I want to store this .gif file on the workbook and any way i can set a path for the program to pick up the .gif file from the same excel workbook.

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I would like to embed a chart that updates from the web into my spreadsheet. This is it here:

[url]

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Dim ie As Object

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Do
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if I instead could EMBED the webbrowser into my sheet and then go to the upload site and upload the file directly from the sheet. I have some basic vba skills, but I have never worked with the embedded objects.

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Dim url As String
'url = the url from my active tab in my browser
If Target.Column = 1 And Not IsEmpty(Target) Then
Target.Offset(, 1).Value = url
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Our practice is to use VNC to review the end users' screens when they call us for assistance; given that I know the machine name and IP address, how can I start a VNC browsing session for the target machine?

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Google turned up the following solution from here [URL] .....

[Code] .....

This seems to work just fine.

What I want to do now, however, is something like this:

[Code] ....

Is it even possible to write the two hypothetical functions described above?

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Code:
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Code:
Sub test()
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Dim ShellWindows As Object
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[Code] .......

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</ul>

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