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Web Browser question

ReuelReuel Posts: 7Member
If I open an image using the web browser control, how can I save the image to the hard drive?

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  • Bulgarian_VBBulgarian_VB Posts: 307Member
    : If I open an image using the web browser control, how can I save the image to the hard drive?
    :
    No how. You can only pray that the user will click on Save.

    I guess that what you want to do is save an image fron an URL. Instead of using WebBrowser, use MSInet control. It has a function that retrieves anything from an URL.

    Hope I helped,
    Nikolay Semov

  • ReuelReuel Posts: 7Member
    : : If I open an image using the web browser control, how can I save the image to the hard drive?
    : :
    : No how. You can only pray that the user will click on Save.
    :
    : I guess that what you want to do is save an image fron an URL. Instead of using WebBrowser, use MSInet control. It has a function that retrieves anything from an URL.
    :
    : Hope I helped,
    : Nikolay Semov
    :
    :
    Didn't help at all. MSInet control is not an option. I'm on a computer that does not allow me to add software, and that control isn't available. I'm using MS Access VBA to do this. I'm trying to get it to automatically catalog and save images from a web page. I have entire applications that use MSInet control perfectly, but that's a different story ...
  • ReuelReuel Posts: 7Member
    : : If I open an image using the web browser control, how can I save the image to the hard drive?
    : :
    : No how. You can only pray that the user will click on Save.
    :
    : I guess that what you want to do is save an image fron an URL. Instead of using WebBrowser, use MSInet control. It has a function that retrieves anything from an URL.
    :
    : Hope I helped,
    : Nikolay Semov
    :
    :
    I got my answer! http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=974010
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