I am trying to open a website, then for excel to download the csv file, then for it to save it in a specific folder under a specific name and file format (excel).
I am successful at opening the website with the following code, but how to do the rest.
Sub Searchez() Dim IE As Object Set IE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application") IE.Navigate "http://quote.morningstar.ca/Quicktakes/stock/keyratios.aspx?t=clwr®ion=USA&culture=en-CA&ops=clear" 'load web page google.com IE.Visible = True While IE.Busy DoEvents Wend
I have a requirement to download a lot of historical data files from the archieve of an website. The url goes something like this: [URL]....
This downloads file for 21022014 ie. 21-Feb-2014. I need to be able to have a facility to have a selection criteria on my user form (in excel) where I specify a date range and the macro automatically downloads all the valid excel files available within that date range (files for Saturday, Sunday and some holiday dates will not be available in the website archive database) one after the other (like at single clcik of button) into a specific location (predefined viz.. c:/Users/EOD files/) on my laptop. Best would be if I am able to select the save location run time by using a 'Browse' like feature where I go and choose my local laptop folder...same type when we try uploading a file from our laptop to the web..
I have been working on automating IE. Part of my task involves using explorer to download a file from a given url and save it to disk. I've figured out how to launch explorer and start the download, but then a dialogue box appears asking whether to save the file and where to save it. how do I automatically get past this and save the file to e.g "quotes.xls"?
I have the following code that I want to download everyfile at the listed ftp site to a folder on my computer. I was thinking about trying to make a key with dates in thisworkbook sheet1 starting in cell A1 and have it loop through.
Code: Private Declare Function URLDownloadToFile Lib "urlmon" Alias "URLDownloadToFileA" (ByVal pCaller As Long, ByVal szURL As String, ByVal szFileName As String, ByVal dwReserved As Long, ByVal lpfnCB As Long) As Long
how can i use VBA tp download a file from a webpage? I've found the following that would display the source code of a webpage. I need to download a zip file and save it to the desktop.What alterations do I have to make?
Sub Downloadfile() Dim objHttp As Object Set objHttp = CreateObject("MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP") Call objHttp.Open("GET", "http:\yahoo.com", False) Call objHttp.Send("") Call MsgBox(objHttp.ResponseText) End Sub
How to save a file onto the computer using VBA. The code template below that I found on another forum seems promising, except when I go to the desktop to access it, the .csv file has what looks like the page's source code instead of the actual file I want. This may be because when I go to the url, it doesn't automatically download the file; rather, I am asked to save the file to a certain location (since I don't know the path name of the uploaded file on the site).
Is there any way to alter this code to accommodate this, or will I have to use a different code entirely?
VB: Sub Test() Dim FileNum As Long Dim FileData() As Byte Dim MyFile As String Dim WHTTP As Object
I have an excel file which contains 9 columns. Column A contains an article number i.e 12345 . Column B contains name of the product. Columns C and D contain Description and Specifications respectively. Columns E,F,G,H and I contain URL:s of images.
I want to do following.
1. Download all the images in a folder on my harddisk.
2. Copy the text in column C and place it under the text in column D.
I have a program operating in excel 2007 that extracts a picture from a URL and puts it into a PPT slide. I now discover that PPT 2007 doesn't allow this.
So my intent now is to download the jpg into a local file and then import into the PPT.
This is from a couple of sites: [url] [url]
At the top of the code:
Private Declare Function URLDownloadToFile Lib "urlmon" Alias "URLDownloadToFileA" _ (ByVal pCaller As Long, _ ByVal szURL As String, _ ByVal szFileName As String, _ ByVal dwReserved As Long, _ ByVal lpfnCB As Long) As Long
in the excel cell if a URL picture needs to be inserted it starts with the prefix "picture=" then the http address.
This did not work.
So I then copied the code from the websites into a module (changing the destination file and URL to mine of course) and called the procedure and still nothing.
complete the attached code (Excel VBA) to automatically process a File Download dialog from Internet Explorer. I want to click "Save" which will produce the "Save As" dialog. Then I need to enter a default filename like (C:Temp) and click "Save" again. When this is working, I will hide Internet Explorer to make the operation completely transparent to the user. The URL is a sample chosen specifically for this test case.
Public Sub Report_Test()
Dim objIE As SHDocVw.InternetExplorer Dim strURL As String Dim varItem As Variant
' Establish connection to the Internet Explorer application. Set objIE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application")
' Set Internet Explorer visible. objIE.Visible = True
I'm trying to download an Excel file from the internet and then extract data out of it. The problem is that I don't get any errors, yet the file downloaded is only 1kb in size. The extraction bit works, but the file is empty. The actual file is size 350KB.
Code: Sub ExtractDataTest()
Dim FileNum As Long Dim FileData() As Byte Dim MyFile As String Dim WHTTP As Object
I have to export some very large stock files into excel, which produces a stock list. However, the list is massively clogged by lines where there is zero stock. What I want to do is tell excel to remove all lines where a zero is found in column g (bearing in mind, there are breaks in the exported report where there is no data at all in some rows).
I am using the following code to copy a ws to a new wb. The source ws has a range of cells merged (necessary), but in the new wb these cells become "un-merged." Horizontal and vertical formatting remain intact.
I've run a macro to capture the code to "re-format" the range of cells, but am not sure how exactly where/how to apply this to the new wb.
What needs to be added to this?
Sub CopyTag() Dim SaveMeAs As String SaveMeAs = Sheets("NCP Tag").Range("E6").Text Sheets("NCP Tag").Select Sheets("NCP Tag").Copy ActiveSheet.Cells.Copy ActiveSheet.Range("A1").PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues ActiveSheet.Range("A1").PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteFormats ActiveWorkbook. SaveAs Filename:="C:Test" & "NCP" & SaveMeAs End Sub
Have used excel for a while but never the need to go past SUM or AVG, etc.
Im trying to set up a point scoring sytem for 3 teams in various events. the highest scoring team would get 2 points, 2nd place 1, 3rd place 0. If 2 teams tied for first they both get 2. If they tie for second they both get 1. I spent 30 minutes before I came up with
=IF(AND(B3>B4, B3>B5),2,0) and =IF(OR(B3=B4, B3=B5),1)
Spent another 15 trying to figure out how to put the 2 together. Finally realized a)Im missing a whole bunch of formula, b)There is a lot more to excel than I thought I knew.
B3,B4,B5 are the teams scores. Looking for any help at this point. Even a push in the right direction.
I have been playing around with my vb editor and i have managed to lose my properties window and now can't get it back.
I was playing around with the dockable option to see what it did and somehow i have managed to lose the properties window altogether. If i go to the view menu in the vb editor and choose properties window then nothing happens.
I've created a humongous spreadsheet in Excel- 26 million cells and a file size of about 500mb. The result of these calculations is a pattern derived by conditional formatting. I'd like to get the pattern into Photoshop- It would actually simplify image manipulation in Photoshop to lose the cell data, and the underlying formulas are of no use.
The file seems to be too big to save into a PDF file. Is there another way to get the Image into Photoshop?. The other alternative is to reduce the file size by stripping out unnecessary cell data and formulas without losing the pattern.
I'm trying to use macros in order to download subs directly from the Excel sheet. The idea is put the name of the film or television series in an exce cell. When you set enter, the vba programme search the subtitles into the web site (such as Search in 6.626.100 subtitles | SubtitleSeeker.com : Seek & Find Subtitles, or Subtitulos de Series - Comunidad hispana de traduccion de Subtitulos) and then download the right sub into a local folder.
I have found information about API for windows, and I used a code to download a statical file (without searching), but how to download files after queries.
I don't know why my Sum/Offset formula is not functioning correctly. =SUM(OFFSET(Download!H2,0,MATCH($B$3,Data!A1:P1,0)))
I'm trying to attain the sum of each name from the Download sheet tab but my formula returns a 0 instead of 2,181(the correct answer). The rows on the Download sheet are varies so I thought the Offset formula would be best. Could you review my spreadsheet and formula? Can this formula accommodate an exclusion criteria? example sum all the count except for the one with the maximum time from column D?
I have a list of 2000 hyperlinks (http) that I need to download, I'm working on a corporate network so I can't just use a mass download client. Cany anyone give me some guidance creating a macro to save the target of the hyperlink as a file then move on to the next hyperlink until the list is exhausted.
I need to do seems quite simple, I want to grab the source of a webpage into a string (where I'll then to some fiddling about with it to strip it down to the information which I need). Currently I'm trying to do it using the webbrowser object and meddling around with the .document properties, but I can't figure it out.