Import External Web Query

Posted on 2012-08-28
Last Modified: 2012-08-29
Hello Experts,

If I look on such title, I found many solution, but I feel everyone has their own criteria and tables. I am trying to Import External Data with New Web Query from BSE Market Watch.
I just want to get Sectoral table in specific cells of a worksheet. Could anyone help me please?
Question by:Shums
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    Accepted Solution

    Here's something to get you started. One sheet does the query while the other does a refresh of the query and extracts the Sectoral table.

    Edit: Looks like EE didn't want XLSB files. Had to change to XLSM (won't attach).

    Author Closing Comment


    Perfect....Can we have multiple webquery from 5 different URL in source sheet & offset in sectoral?
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    Expert Comment

    by:Elton Pascua
    I think that's possible although I have not tried. I actually recorded the macro when I added the webquery and was just refreshing it on another part of the code.

    You can do the same with 4 more queries.

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