can I use command line to launch internet explorer and open one url each time

can I use command line to launch internet explorer and open one url each time

Post by Joe Fawcet » Mon, 25 Feb 2002 01:51:51

It's not surprising you want help forwarded to email address, if you didn't
post this question to 'every' group around and just picked a couple to with
VB development or IE you could just monitor those...

> I am trying to use Visual Basic to program a simple code to launch

Internet Explorer and open an url each time.

> can it be done in command line , seems like :

> call ie.exe\\test1.asp
> call ie.exe\\test2.asp
> ..

> thanks in advance

> mik


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