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Use the Insert from Web option, to quickly import tables from web pages into Excel.
Watch this 2 minute video to see all you need to know.
To Insert Data From Web into Excel
- Using your web-browser, locate the content to be imported.
- RIGHT + CLICK in the addressbar and select Copy.
- In Excel, on the Data tab of the Ribbon, click From Web. A New Web Query dialog will appear.
- RIGHT + CLICK in the addressbar, select Paste, and click Go. The source webpage will populate the dialog.
- Click the yellow arrow next to the table(s) you wish to copy (the icon will change to a green check ).
- Optionally, click Options and select formatting preference (i.e., None, Rich Text, HTML) then click OK.
- Click Import. The Import Data dialog will appear.
- Select starting cell to import data to or select “New Worksheet” to import into a new sheet.
- Click Properties, uncheck Save Query Definition*, and click OK.
*Alternatively, to maintain a link to variable data, leave Save Query Definition checked; you will be prompted to ‘Enable Content’ each time the file is opened.
- Click OK to complete the import.
Comments and questions are always welcome!