Excel VBA to extract Instance URLs

Would appreciate very much your assistance with an Excel VBA code ( version 2010 ) to extract a list of Instance URLs for all the 10-K filings from the SEC Edgar website for a particular entity ( e.g. its CIK  reference = 0000078003 )

The site is: https://www.sec.gov/cgi-bin/browse-edgar?action=getcompany&CIK=0000078003&type=10-K&dateb=&owner=exclude&count=20; and when manually extracted the required results of a list of Instance URLs are as follows:

Would appreciate your assistance with a VBA routine to parse the list programmatically.

Many thanks

Prior related question: http:Q_28497353.html
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I don't see pfe-20091231.xml anywhere in the returned source text.
Computer EggheadCommented:
Hi Russell,

1) The page you supplied periodically changes.  Therefore, we would need to know why you wanted those particular URLs returned.

2) This site is to help people with their questions, like what you have tried and how you are stuck.  Your question is more like asking someone to provide you a solution for free.
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RussellbrownAuthor Commented:
@Computer Egghead,
Thank you for your guidance. I have researched the question and have surfed the net extensively to get some pointers. I was not quite able to put my head around the issue and therefore posted the question as a follow up to an earlier question trusting that there might already be an answer to it.  It appears that I will need to do more research and get it up to speed and as suggested tried out the codes and narrow down the issues and revert when stuck.

@aikimark, noted with thanks. I will revert after I have made further progress.

Many thanks.

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