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Hassle Free Web Data in Excel 2007

Posted By On November 9, 2008 @ 5:30 PM In MS Excel,MS Office Help | Comments Disabled

Hassle Free Web Data in Excel 2007

So, you have data on a Web page and you need to move it into an MS Excel worksheet.

What are you planning to do?

Copy/paste each piece of data? Re-enter the data?

Well, I vote you import the data directly from the Web and avoid all the transfer time.

If you’re on board with that idea, let’s take a look!

  • First, you need to locate the Web page with the data you need.

  • Now, copy the URL of the Web page.

  • Next, it’s off to Excel 2007 and the Data tab on the ribbon.



  • Under the Get External Data section, click on the From Web button.

  • Paste the URL into the address bar when the New Web Query dialogue window opens.



  • Use either the Go button or the Enter key to navigate to the Web page with your data.

  • Once you’re on the page, you’ll find that Excel has marked tables with a little yellow arrow.

  • Click on the arrow of the table you want to import.

  • To finish, click on the Import button.

  • The Import Data dialogue window will then ask you to tell Excel where to put the data.



  • Make a choice and then click OK.

Voila. Data tables in Excel 2007 with minimal effort!

~ April


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