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Topic: Using VBA in IE to SaveAs PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 107385
From: wizazz
Date: 3/10/2004 04:32 AM

Hello All,

I have this task where I need to navigate to a webpage using IE that contains a pdf file. What I need to do is save the file that loads on the page, however I can't seem to access the adobe object on the page. I get an error that says "Object not supported." I'm running a VBA script from an Excel file, here is some of the code I am using:

Dim ieApp as Object

Set ieApp = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application")
ieApp.Visible = True
ieApp.Navigate "http://www.webpage.com/file.pdf"

Now I try something like this:

ieapp.saveas "filename" or
ieapp.pdf.saveas "filename"

This is when I get the error. If anyone has any suggestions or knows the right object reference or classID, I would be very grateful. Thanks in advance.

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