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Old 03-29-2022, 04:58 AM
Puneet Singh Puneet Singh is offline How to copy the IE URL using VBA Code Windows XP How to copy the IE URL using VBA Code Office 2010
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Default How to copy the IE URL using VBA Code

My Issue is on click a new tab get open now i want to copy the URL of that.



is there any way to copy the URL or is there any way to assign that URL to already assigned IE Object.
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