storing cell data and retrieving

mrclox

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Hi i have a problem someone here may be able to help with. I have a spreadsheet that is refreshed by externel web data every 10 mins or so, I want to be able to store the data in say cells a1-d1 so that i can form a list of all the data that has appeared in those cells . i want to be able to refer back to this list automatically when the sheet is refreshed and use the data to change oither cells... How can i do this?
 

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joelnichols

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So you want to save the info from each refresh? Like this maybe?
Book1
ABCDE
1querytime
22:001:501:40
3
4Intel?504948
5GE?403938
6Yahoo?605958
7IBM?302928
Sheet1
 

mrclox

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yes thats exactly how i want it saved. automatically. I use import data from a web page not code
 

mrclox

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you have wetted my appetite please tell me more! this is exactly what i want how do i doiT?
 

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just_jon

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It depends on whether the update triggers a recognisable event in Excel - don't know if it does since I never have done much web importing.

Put in a change event macro and see if it fires, maybe?
 
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