Stock Quotes

If you get stock quotes into Excel by typing or copy/pasting from your web browser, you may be able to get your work done faster if you use a built-in Excel feature. Excel’s external data feature enables you to retrieve data from a variety of sources—one of which happens to provide stock quotes. Check out this recent article to learn more.

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1 Comment

  1. Chelsea Li on November 14, 2017 at 10:36 pm

    “I use MarketXLS for this. It really worked well for me.
    They have regular updates and customer support
    It cost a little but it will save you more time.
    Hope it helps.”

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