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Topic # 222541 16-Aug-2017 16:09
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HI,

 

have hard time trying to get data from my chrome webpage to excel sheet.

 

Just doesn't allow to use chrome, and defaults to IE (which i dont want to use)

 

Any solution where i can use chrome to import data to excel?

 

Sorry if i missed something





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  Reply # 1847653 16-Aug-2017 16:26
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Also the data is on our erp system.





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  Reply # 1847659 16-Aug-2017 16:32
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Which ERP are you using and are you using Chrome as the client?




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  Reply # 1847664 16-Aug-2017 16:39
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kryptonjohn:

 

Which ERP are you using and are you using Chrome as the client?

 

 

we use Netsuite & yes chrome

 

 





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  Reply # 1847668 16-Aug-2017 16:43
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in some cases, i would just copy and paste in excel.

 

But this time i have check boxes and empty boxes to enter data in and so on.

 

Thus every time i copy paste to excel, it pastes vertically and as i try to remove the format, it freezes and i have to force close it.





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  Reply # 1847673 16-Aug-2017 16:47
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Bugger, I have no experience with NetSuite - kinda slack that it doesn't have an "Export to Excel/CSV" facility. JDEdwards has it.

 

Scraping web pages can be messy because of all the hidden stuff embedded in it. 


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