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Is it possible to format data of a web page loaded with page viewer web part in SharePoint 2010? Please let me know if it works.

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Hi Friends,

Is it possible to format data of a web page loaded with page viewer web part in SharePoint 2010? Please let me know if it works. Plus is it also possible to fetch/pull data from a web page, format it and display in sharepoint site?

Thanks for your suggestions guys.

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Is it possible to format data of a web page loaded with page viewer web part in SharePoint 2010?
Answer :- no

 is it also possible to fetch/pull data from a web page, format it and display in sharepoint site?
answer :- you can't pull the data inside a web page but you can check if anonymous web service will work.

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