Integrating Javascript into Excel macro's

ajscott911

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I have searched high and low and can't seem to find any info on this. I developed a rather extensive set of javascript functions to automate a webpage and want to try to integrate them into excel as well... is there a way to allow the VBA editor to accept Javascript and run it as it would for VBA?

Addin's would be an acceptable solution, but I'm more curious if there's a way to run the JS scripts directly withing the VBEditor.

Adam
 

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Adam

I'm not aware of that being possible, but obviously I could be wrong.:eek:

I think you can automate IE from VBA and then run script from a webpage.
 
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