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This example shows how to automate Microsoft Internet Explorer with Python/Pywin32.

It opens a Internet Explorer window, surfs to (and waits 3 sec to load the page), and prints all links of the loaded page.

Some links to the Object Model of Microsoft Internet Explorer:

Microsoft ActiveX control

DHTML Objects 

IHTMLDocument2 Interface

import win32com.client, time
ie = win32com.client.Dispatch("InternetExplorer.Application") 
ie.Visible = 1 
time.sleep(3) #wait 3 sec. 
print 'You are surfing on', ie.Document.domain 
print 'And now a list of the Links:' 
for i in ie.Document.links: 
    print i
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 June 2007 )
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