I have a website (National Lacrosse League - 2013 Regular Season - Standings), that I want to pull information off and automatically into Excel.
I have been using web queries on other websites, and they have worked beautifully, however the tables that I want aren't recognised by the web query wizard (no yellow/black arrows). I can import the whole page through a query, however that's not really practical.
Is there a way I can import just specific tables on this site?? I'd like both the 'east' and 'west' tables.
I am wanting to use Excel to perform a web query into an online database our company uses. One of the columns I am wanting to import contains numbers that are 20 digits long & they begin with 4 zero's. The problem is that when Excel imports the query, if I fprmat the cells & preserve the formatting, it cuts off the first 4 zero's & replaces the last number with a zero. Basically, it looks as if it is only importing 15 numbers. Is there a way around this ; is there a way to force Excel to import all 20 numbers? If I don't format the cells, it imports in the following format - 4.20017E+15
I have been using the attached to pull multiple csv files into seperate sheets. This takes all files from a user specified directory and dumps them into a workbook. I only need three specific files. How do I request specific files instead of a wild card.
I am auto-importing statistics from the web via web query. This information imported has a number in the form of a decimal stated as either x.1, or x.2. x.1 represents x-1/3 (one-third) and x.2 represents x-2/3 (two-thirds). I need to use these numbers in a calculation after importing them, but using x.1 or x.2 obviously does not give me accurate results as the numbers should actually be x.3333333 and x.6666666 respectively. What is the easiest way to convert the imported numbers to their actual decimals?...
Our company's accounting system is physically split into 2 company databases, CompanyA and CompanyB. I'm trying to write a query which will pull the customer number and the accounts receivable balances from both companies into a single Excel table, for any customer with a total balance 0.
I have created the following query, which doesn't generate any errors, but is only successfully importing the data from the first company.
I tried to import web data from a textarea (look at example2.jpg) into excel and it always end up squeezing all the information into one single cell(spreadsheet.jpg).
I am trying to find a way to edit the imported data which is similiar to paste special or extract the information from the cell into a table, but I seem to waste a lot of time on this and going no where.
I have a text file with rows and columns of numbers ranging from 1-4 digits that I'd like to import/copy into Excel with each number being in its own cell. But whenever I copy/try to import, Excel splits all of the 3-4 digit numbers up into single digit numbers. The text file has 10,000+ columns (each number occupies two columns so I have half of that amount in numbers) and 300+ lines.
Is the file simply too large for Excel to handle or is there a way I can do this?
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We have a list of around 800 clients containing client id, name and e-mail and i need to add contract number. I can only get the contract number by accessing the admin (password-protected) using a URL that looks like this admin/index.php?client=id.
1. if i use the From Web option in excel's data tab, i get the entire table not just the needed cell 2. if i get the data using the above mentioned option, i can only do it from one client at a time
I've got a single folder for the year 2009 that contains multiple files, identical in nature but updated for each business-day. In other words, the same report is generated daily with updated info. The naming convention is the same for every file (i.e. Daily Net Debt Report 02.2.2009.xls)
My ultimate goal is to have a macro that is dynamic enough that if its run on any given day of the year, it pulls the data (specifically from the worksheet "Detailed Cash" cells C1:E26) from every file included in the folder and places it in a single worksheet in the master file. So, for example, data from 1/2/09 would go into cells A1:C26, data from 1/3/09 would go into cells D1:F26, etc...
I am trying to get a VBA code to import multiple text files into an excel worksheet. The text files contain about 5,000 words each listed in a single column. I found this thread Import Multiple Text Files and the code listed there:
Sub test() Dim myDir As String, fn As String, ff As Integer, txt As String Dim delim As String, n As Long, b(), flg As Boolean, x, t As Integer myDir = "c: est" '<- change to actual folder path delim = vbTab '<- delimiter (assuming Tab delimited) fn = Dir(myDir & "*.txt") Do While fn <> "" Redim b(1 To Rows.Count, 1 To 1) ff = FreeFile Open myDir & "" & fn For Input As #ff Do While Not EOF(ff)..........................
i'd like to be able to import a list of file names from a folder. sounds fairly straight forward to me, but example:
folder a has 10 files in it (let's say PDFs - numbered 1 through 10). I'd like to be able to open the spread sheet, and see the file names in column b. ideally, i'd also like subfolders to be listed, in the next column. but, let's start with just this.
How to write a code to import all tables from a single word document into a single excel sheet? (we don't know exactly how many tables there will be,or how many rows in a table there will be , but the columns are certain, which is 9, from A to I.
I am looking for some VB to import multiple csv files, stored in a single directory, into a single excel worksheet. However I am looking to also include all or part of the filename, so to differentiate each file.
I've attached an example spreadsheet, inc the below code, of what I am trying to achieve.
Current code is (this parsers all .csv files in the specified folder into a single worksheet):
I need to import the data from a specific sheet (same named sheet on all closed workbooks) to a sheet in an open workbook. All the columns are identical in every workbook but the number of rows is variable, so the data from each subsequent workbook must be appended to the end of the current data.
Whenever a button is pressed, this macro will clear the sheet, then import the data starting in A3. The workbooks are in different folders but they all have the same name, so some sort of explorer window will probably be needed to actually select each file.
I have 2 columns of data, one the description, the other the number, both positive & negative numbers, (the columns are also not next to each other). I need to average only the negative numbers according to the description.
I can sum only the negative numbers if I separate out the different descriptions, but cannot average the figure: =SUMIF(E2:E300,"
I have some short code that imports data and account numbers that is "|" delimited. The problem I am having is that during the import, excel converts some of the account numbers to exponential numbers.
e.g. it converts 542690E24 to 5.4269E+29.
Is there a way to avoid this from occuring during the import? I tried to format the destination cells as '000000000' (all accounts are 9 digits) but it didn't work.
I am setting up a spreadsheet with two columns. The first column will contain a persons name the second column will contain four numbers.
Name Numbers Joe 1,3,12,24 John 4,12,23,24 Jill 6,14,19,26
I need to be able to search to find the following: the correct sequence of numbers e.g. if 1,3,12,24 were pulled out then that search is easy. If I was looking for someone who had the numbers 1,12,24 then I have a problem. I was thinking about putting the four numbers in to four separate columns but my Excel knowledge is poor.
im using a formula to count how many time a customer has payed their bill using COUNTIF.
along with that i would like to use some kind of reference or a secont formula like =COUNTIF(range1:range2,"Jean K") + another formula, so it will only calculate the amount Jean K has paid, and won;t count everyones elses paymets. i just need a little help to make this happen.
and also included a sample of my sheet in a ScreenShot.