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    Here's a very general question for which I'm seeking a very general answer or direction to researchable material...

    I'm developing a website that has a form to be filled out and submitted by users. Those receiving the submitted information want to be able to collect that information into Excel, and if the same user makes changes to the online form, they want to be able to track those changes in Excel. I know the form info can be imported (tab delimited, etc.) but is there a more direct or automatic way to collect form fields into Excel? Any advice on how to show changes a user might make in cell entries?

    I know these questions require much more than specific answers. I'm just looking for direction toward material I can research.

    Thanks!

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    Hi.
    I'm not sure if this would work best for your case or not, but when running a web query, you can pick and choose certain parts of web pages to link to individual cells or ranges.
    See Web Query
    Have a Nice Day!
    Tom

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