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I'm working on pulling some info into web pages as per the example on page 422 of "Excel 2002 VBA" by Bullen et. al. The book says I need to acquire and install something called the "Microsoft Internet Controls object library." I searched the MSFT site but did not find a reference to this. Can someone please tell me where to find this and how to set it up so VBA can "see it"? Or has this been superceded with another approach since the book was written?

Any other method of getting a web page into a string variable would suffice, but downloading the info into a table via web query is not as helpful, because I am trying to write a function rather than a procedure.

Thanks in advance . . .
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I went to Tools-Reference but did not find 'Microsoft Internet Controls'. Is there something that I need to install?

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