Scripting Example: Programming Internet Explorer
To give you a taste of the power and flexibility of Automation programming, this section shows you how to program a specific Automation server: Internet Explorer. You’ll see that your scripts can control just about everything associated with Internet Explorer:
The position and dimensions of the window.
Whether or not the menu bar, toolbar, and status bar are displayed.
The current URL.
Sending the browser backward and forward between navigated URLs.
Displaying a Web Page
To get started, we’ll show you how to use the InternetExplorer object to display a specified URL. You use the Navigate method to do this, and this method uses the following syntax:
InternetExplorer.Navigate URL, [Flags,] [TargetFrameName ...