Robert Richardson

Robert
Richardson

Robert Richardson has written extensively for nationally circulated computer trade publications such as Network Magazine and BYTE. He publishes the free email newsletter Small Office TECH, available at his Web site at http://www.smallofficetech.com.

Articles
Culling Web Pages with ActiveX
With Windows Scripting Host, you can access ActiveX components. Learn how to use an ActiveX object to create a WSH script that controls Internet Explorer (IE) and accesses content from two Web sites.
Why Use WSH?
Using the Windows Scripting Host (WSH) offers many advantages, including centralization, versatility, security, and functionality.
Using ActiveX Objects to Extend WSH's Functionality 1
ActiveX provides language-neutral objects that you can use with any scripting language. This article describes how ActiveX objects work and how to use ActiveX objects in scripts.
The Pros and Cons of Perl and VBScript
Deciding whether to use Perl or Visual Basic Script (VBScript) depends on personal preference. Here are some issues to consider.
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