I sure hope someone can help. I have been searching the net non stop for a\nweek now and there are ZERO references to how this can be accomplished. I\nam using ASP (not .Net) on an IIS 6.0 server and I have control of that\nserver. I would like to be able to implement the Microsoft HTML Object\nLibrary into my asp script. The following works in vb6...\n\nDim m As MSHTML.HTMLDocument, d As Object\n\nSet m = New MSHTML.HTMLDocument\nSet d = m.createDocumentFromUrl("[URL]http://www.quicken.com[/URL]", vbNullString)\nDo\nDoEvents\nLoop While d.readyState <> "complete"\n\nText1.Text = d.documentElement.outerHTML\n\nHowever, when you dim m as an object (which is what you do in IIS) it is no\nlonger able to find the CreateDocumentFromUrl method. Can someone please\nhelp??\n\nThanks, Jay Kappel\n\nPS - The IIS version that does not work but should is...\n\nDim m, d\n\nSet m = New MSHTML.HTMLDocument\nSet d = m.createDocumentFromUrl("[URL]http://www.quicken.com[/URL]", vbNullString)\nDo\n'DoEvents\nLoop While d.readyState <> "complete"\n\nResponse.Write d.documentElement.outerHTML\n\nAlso, is there something special I need to do so that the MSHTML library is\navailable to ASP scripts? I figure there may be an IIS modification I need\nto do.