WebCommandButton.PostFormData property (Publisher)
Returns or sets an MsoTriState constant indicating whether the specified web command button control uses the Microsoft Visual Basic Get or Post method when submitting form data to a web server. Read/write.
expression A variable that represents a WebCommandButton object.
The property value can be one of the MsoTriState constants declared in the Microsoft Office type library and shown in the following table.
|msoFalse||The control uses the Visual Basic Get method to submit form data.|
|msoTrue||The control uses the Visual Basic Post method to submit form data. The default value.|
This property is ignored for Reset command buttons.
This example creates a web form Submit command button and sets the script path and file name to run when a user chooses the button. The example also specifies that the web form should use the Visual Basic Get method to submit form data.
Dim shpNew As Shape Set shpNew = ActiveDocument.Pages(1).Shapes.AddWebControl _ (Type:=pbWebControlCommandButton, Left:=150, _ Top:=150, Width:=75, Height:=36) With shpNew.WebCommandButton .ButtonText = "Submit" .ButtonType = pbCommandButtonSubmit .ActionURL = "https://www.tailspintoys.com/" _ & "scripts/ispscript.cgi" .PostFormData = msoFalse End With
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