Best way to load data from Excel sheet into a browser page?

Chartist

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I have data in an Excel sheet and a hyperlink corresponding to each record (row). I click the link in the Excel cell and it opens a new tab in Chrome.

The webpage has fields which need to be filled using the data in the Excel sheet. I'm currently copy-pasting this from the Excel sheet to the webpage I just opened.

What's the best way to auto-fill the webpage with the data in Excel? (Hopefully something in Excel/VBA, but otherwise how do I go about this requirement?)

Thanks!
 

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