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Linking a Web source in Excel

Til Streitbörger
October 15, 2018

Linking web sources to Excel isn’t as easy as you would expect from PowerPoint or Word. This office tip shows you how to link a Web source to Excel.

  1. Select a cell in which you want to place the link

  2. Click to `Insert´ und `Link´Excel link

  3. Select `Existing File or Web Page´

  4. Write in "Text to display" under which terminology the link should appear in ExcelLinking Excel

  5. Just enter the URL oft he Web source under `Address´Linking web source to excek

  6. Now the web source is linked to Excel and can easily be opened in the browser.linking web to excel

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