Read more about GET requests in VBA here Next, we’ll parse that Json and import it to excel. Send Set JSON = Parse Json(http.response Text) i = 2 For Each Item In JSON Sheets(1). Code for importing data looks like this : Public Sub exceljson() Dim http As Object, JSON As Object, i As Integer Set http = Create Object("MSXML2. Public Sub exceltojsonfile() Dim rng As Range, items As New Collection, myitem As New Dictionary, i As Integer, cell As Variant, myfile As String Set rng = Range("A2: A3") 'Set rng = Range(Sheets(2). Sample code below, Running this would save a JSON file in the current workbook’s folder. End(xl Down)) use this for dynamic range i = 0 For Each cell In rng Debug. UPDATE: 10 March 2015: Microsoft have now released fixes for this! Update: : There is now an MSKB article about this problem with suggested solutions and a Fix It tool here: KB3025036. I am also unsure at this time as to whether Office 2003 was affected, but have not seen any mention of a patch if it was.
At the end of this article you will be able to achieve following things:1.
The reason why I write about PDF is relatively straightforward: PDF is one of the most widely used file formats.
This particular Excel tutorial also focuses on the topic of working with Excel and PDF files.
To be more precise, you’ll generally be working with 1 of the following versions of this method, depending on which particular object you want to save as PDF.
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