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Old April 20th, 2005, 11:20 AM
mjppaba mjppaba is offline
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What it seems to me is that you should be using word to do what you are asking. In word you will be able to open the html page as text, I presume the page is a static page? or if the page is an asp page with dynamic data the format of the html would still be constant, you would then be able to identify the TAGs in the html that identify the table start and end, then through a process of trial an error strip out all the unwanted tags and unwated text leaving only the standard report content. I know this works because I have done it myself with great results.

Give it a go.

This will not work if the web pages are inconsistant.



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