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How to use a Macro in Excel to extract information from Google Maps

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Hi,

I am trying to use visual basic Macro or something like it to extract information using excel based on certain keywords such coordinate to get information from google maps.  Please help.

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Mareeka
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I added a XLS sample with a macro.
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Thanks,

I would like to have distance in miles between several addresses.  As shown in the sample excel file, I would like to enter a location in a spreadsheet and distance from the previous location is automatically calculated .  So that I can calculate the total distance until returned to original location.  

Thanks again,

Mareeka
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