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Chapter 30. Working with VBA and FrontPage > Accessing Web Sites with VBA

Accessing Web Sites with VBA

Now that you have a general understanding of the pieces that make up a VBA macro, let's take a look at how we can use a macro to automate FrontPage.

When you write macros, you access parts of the application you're developing against using a predefined set of classes, properties, and methods called an object model. FrontPage actually has three different object models that you can use; the Application object model, the Web object model, and the Page object model. As you might have guessed, you access the FrontPage application using the Application object model, you access Web sites with the Web object model, and you access Web pages and their content using the Page object model.


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