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Excel VBA extract table from website
Very simply, how do I extract this table, using Excel VBA, into Excel?
8/22/2022 - Mon
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getting an "Invalid procedure call or argument" error message.
Does this work for you?
Am I missing a library reference?
try commenting out .CommandType = 0 and see if that works
well, that was easy, thanks!
Can I ask, on the most basic level, what is this doing, going in and looking for a table and just grabbing it? What if there were 2 tables on the page?
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Basically, the '.WebSelectionType' is where it specifies which table to retrieve. You can set it to 'xlSpecifiedTables' then specify which tables using the '.WebTables' property.
Here is a an example
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