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Posted 14 February 2007 - 02:09 PM
You're copying/pasting a framed page. That means you are copying/pasting more than one page at a time.
Aslo, in Excel, you have to either copy the database structure of the page in Excel using the right-click while you're on the page, and it will normally give you an option to paste it in Excel. If it doesn't then everything you paste in Excel will be all crammed into 1 cell.
Make no mistake about this... what you can do perfectly on one website into Excel doesn't mean every site you do will be the same.
The sites you do that come out perfectly are in a database format, and that's why some come out right and some don't. The web pages that don't come out correctly as you want them to in Excel, is because they're not in a database format, I'm 99.99% sure of that.
What you should do is try this.....
The page you're wanting to copy/paste into Excel right-click on the part you want. Not the top of the page, nor any other part, but just the section you need. You should see an Excel menu giving you the option to paste it in Excel. If not, it's not a database format that will go directly into Excel.
If that doesn't work 1.....
What you will need to do if that doesn't work is right-click on the page content you want, and then choose Open Link In New Tab....(if using Firefox).. and it should open the page again, but this time without the framed pages. Then try to do it again in Excel... If that doesn't work, then the page isn't in a database format.
If that doesn't work 2.....
What you will need to do is copy/paste your content into Notepad, and then from Notepad, copy/paste it into the Excel. You may be in for alot of work doing it that way too.
You can always copy/paste the content into an HTML editor, then strip away all unwanted coding and such and go from there.
I can go on and on with suggestions, but hopefully one of them above will work for you. If not, hopefully someone else can give a quicker/better solution to your situation.
If it's not a personal thing, can you post the link to the site? That way others can look and help you out more.
Posted 14 February 2007 - 03:04 PM
Hi Nacho311. The ads appear to be coming from a adware service known as yieldx. My brief research makes me think this is a pretty nasty infection. You should post a HijackThis log for our crack team of analysts. Read this topic http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/34773/preparation-guide-for-use-before-using-malware-removal-tools-and-requesting-help/ for info on how to post a HJT log.
As an interim stopgap solution, try adding yieldx.com to your Internet Explorer restricted sites list.
See if this extension will do what you're looking for:
Posted 14 February 2007 - 08:26 PM
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