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dflak
post Feb 21 2017, 03:12 PM
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Take a look at the picture to get a definition of "tab." I want to select what the Green Arrow is pointing to. This is apparently different than a "normal" link. I can find and activate normal links with this code.
CODE
Public Sub Navigation()
Set ElementCol = ie.document.getElementsByTagName("a")

For Each ieLink In ElementCol
    If ieLink.innerHTML = "Device Performance" Then
    ieLink.Click
End If
Next ieLink

End Sub

The main problem I have is I don't know what to call this thing so my searches keep directing me to what the red arrows are pointing to.
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River59
post Feb 21 2017, 03:40 PM
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Hmmm ... looks like what I use when a tab is changed in a tabbed form in my databases. When it is, I run some data validation code.

TabCtl0_Change()

You would need to find the name of that tab (I always forget how) Oh wait, go to form properties then check the drop down list ...

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dflak
post Feb 21 2017, 03:49 PM
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This is a dashboard web page, not MS-ACCESS.

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River59
post Feb 22 2017, 09:20 AM
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That will teach me to leap before I look. Way out of my element with this ... hopefully someone will be able to offer up an answer.

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