Finding URL Address of Source Data


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Oct 27, 2009

I have previously added some rss feeds into an excel document (using the Get External Data Function), so there is a nice looking table present in a tab.

I now want to add a similar rss feed into a different tab - simply changing a geographic location in the url.

However, I can't for the life of me remember the URL that I used in order to "Get the data" in the first place, and it's not detailed in the table at all.

IS there any way in excel to click on the table, and be able to find out the source web address that has been used for the data? It refreshes daily, so it must be stored somewhere in excel!!

Thanks for your help

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