Learn Excel 2013 – “=ENCODEURL, =WEBSERVICE, =FILTERXML”: Podcast #1599

September 11, 2012 at 2:35 pm

Wow! Excel 2013 is really built to work with the Web! Ever wonder how you could easily strip ‘illegal’ characters from a URL? How about return the contents of an entire webpage to a Single Cell in Excel? Are you familiar with ‘xPAth’? Today, in Episode #1599, Bill continues his review of Excel 2013 by looking at new ways to find, filter and work with Web-Based Data. Follow along with Bill as his review of Microsoft Excel 2013 continues today!

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