Excel 2010 - How to Load VBA Web Browser in Multiple User Forms Q & A

  • Published on Feb 3, 2015
  • Excel 2010 - How to Load VBA Web Browser in Multiple User Forms Q & A
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Comments • 11

  • james pruett
    james pruett 2 years ago

    Newbie here. How to attach to an existing IEbrowser. Is that a good way to go for entering UN/PW related stuff? Thanks for posting!

  • Ricardo Fernandes
    Ricardo Fernandes 3 years ago

    Try if you can run google maps on that brower... I can't run it... it says ""It appears to be using an unsupported browser."

    • guitarwinds
      guitarwinds 2 years ago +2

      Google maps used to work. Google made a change their their map system like a year or two ago which disabled you from being able to use it in excel. You can use Bing Maps instead though, it still works.

  • rejin yahel
    rejin yahel 3 years ago

    good work and thanks.... Is it possible to open the userform.vb without opening ms excel ????

  • Tyson Price
    Tyson Price 3 years ago

    Great video Alex, I have a localhost html file, is it possible to post changes to this page using excel vba with the data on various sheets?I am using input boxes on the html page.

  • syaoran1988
    syaoran1988 3 years ago

    Hi, is it posible to change the default browser from internet explorer to firefox for example.

    • syaoran1988
      syaoran1988 3 years ago

      +Alex Cantu Thanks!!!

    • Alex C
      Alex C  3 years ago

      +syaoran1988 Nope, not possible to switch it out. The code is an API built by Microsoft for Internet Explorer. I do use the Selenium Wrapper though, which will give you the ability to use Firefox or Chrome, and it even has a built in code recorder. :) Check it out here: code.google.com/p/selenium-vba/

      Maybe a future video series?

  • d'Aragona Mario
    d'Aragona Mario 4 years ago

    Great Tutorial!

  • Arcel Orozco
    Arcel Orozco 4 years ago

    I want to be able to pull info from a website using a command button. Can you make a video on that please?

  • Excel Fan
    Excel Fan 4 years ago

    Great to have you back doing videos thanks for the tutorial