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I am looking at the same problem but i only want to save as txt file
I see that you are making a sleep to wait until the website has loaded
I found some code at
that uses a check on event DocumentComplete to see if the website is complete
#!/usr/bin/pe rl # find expl on use Win32::OLE qw(EVENTS); my $URL = ""; my $IE = Win32::OLE->new("InternetExplorer.Application") || die "Could not start Internet Explorer.Application\n"; Win32::OLE->WithEvents($IE,\&Event,"DWebBrowserEvents2"); $IE->{visible} = 1; $IE->Navigate($URL); Win32::OLE->MessageLoop(); SetEditBox("name","samie"); sub Event { my ($Obj,$Event,@Args) = @_; print "Here is the Event: $Event\n"; if ($Event eq "DocumentComplete") { $IEObject = shift @Args; print "Here is my reference: $IEObject\n"; print "URL: " . $IEObject->Document->URL . "\n"; Win32::OLE->QuitMessageLoop(); } } sub SetEditBox { my ($name, $value) = @_; my $IEDocument = $IEObject->{Document}; my $forms = $IEDocument->forms; for (my $i = 0; $i < $forms->length; $i++) { my $form = $forms->item($i); if (defined($form->elements($name))) { $form->elements($name)->{value} = $value; } return; } }
if you find the solution pls send me msg
if i find it i will keep you up to date

In reply to Re: Perl - ExecWB - SaveAs No Prompts by harryC
in thread Perl - ExecWB - SaveAs No Prompts by Ad Aspera

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