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Old 01-08-2009
Maarkr
 

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VB Code to save web page as mht
i use a web activex component in Access to get some web pages to display in a
few MS Access forms. This sometimes takes a long time to load the web pages.
I want to load them in the background when the Access program starts up, so
they will show up quickly when the form opens in Access. They don't need to
be an active page, so I thought I could pre-load them, save them as .mht
files, and load those later quickly. Does anyone know of some VB code to
save a web page as a .mht file after it loads? I can load the web pages
using Access code, but I want to code it to load, then save it, then load the
next one. Any other ideas to automate the saving of a web view to save as an
offline type of file??
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Old 01-10-2009
Allan
 

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Re: VB Code to save web page as mht

"Maarkr" <Maarkr@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>i use a web activex component in Access to get some web pages to display in
>a
> few MS Access forms. This sometimes takes a long time to load the web
> pages.
> I want to load them in the background when the Access program starts up,
> so
> they will show up quickly when the form opens in Access. They don't need
> to
> be an active page, so I thought I could pre-load them, save them as .mht
> files, and load those later quickly. Does anyone know of some VB code to
> save a web page as a .mht file after it loads? I can load the web pages
> using Access code, but I want to code it to load, then save it, then load
> the
> next one. Any other ideas to automate the saving of a web view to save as
> an
> offline type of file??

I suggest you post in a newsgroup or online forum for Visual Basic
programmers.
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