This blog post is brought to you by Dan Battagin a Lead Program Manager on the Excel team. You’ll remember last time that we’d built a spreadsheet that searched Craigslist via the RSS feed that’s available for search results, and pulled the information into Excel using the little-used XML Map feature. Today, we’ll continue on where we left off, adding the ability to search multiple sites, and adding a little progress indicator in case the search takes a long time.
This blog post is brought to you by Dan Battagin a Lead Program Manager on the Excel team. OK, so I’m going to talk a bit about a relatively unknown feature in Excel: XML data import. It was introduced in Excel 2003, but we’ve done a pretty good job hiding it since Excel 2007 by putting it on the Developer tab of the Ribbon.
If someone all of a sudden decides to read through whatsnew.txt from the Add-in Express 2009 distributive, they may run into a mysterious point: IMPROVED: Advanced form and view regions for Microsoft Outlook . Here is what it means.
Go here to see the original:
Add-in Express 2009 – zero-visibility of Outlook forms