I need to extract the text from the IE window when viewing Yahoo email for reading and composing emails. I have been able to do this in the past but Yahoo has changed their site / coding where I cannot anymore. If you right-click and select View Source in IE, it does not show whats on the browser window.
I need a way in Visual Basic 6.0 to get all of the text from the IE window for this. You cannot use the history or cashe to do this - you must have a way to get it from the browser window directly. I cannot use the method of highliting and copying the text in the window either. And I do not want to use a BHO because they are never fully stable or compatible with all windows versions.
PLEASE only bid on this if you have tried it already. Go to Yahoo Mail and look for yourself on viewing the source when reading an incoming email. If you have an example compiled to show, that will help you get accepted faster.
For the function, I want to pass the handle of the Internet Explorer_Server that I already have.
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VB 6.0, Windows 98 and above