Data Stock Historical Data

anon971

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Hi,

I am using the Data Stock feature to receive the previous closing value for CAD/USD. As of now, the Data Stock feature does not record historical data.

I already have a macro to get the CAD/USD data stock feature to automatically refresh every time I open the excel sheet.

I want to create a sheet where every day, a new row is AUTOMATICALLY added with the previous closing date in column A, and the value that the CAD/USD stock is generating.

Basically I want it to AUTOMATICALLY add a new row with a new date and value every time the CAD/USD stock changes value.

Please let me know if this is possible.
 

anon971

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Office Version
365
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Windows
edit: date in Column A, value in Column B
 

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