Re: [NTB] Re: Proper text coding for using in Excel to prevent the HTMLcode fr
- the files from NT are the only ones doing this.
by execute i mean when i paste teh html code i get the full display of teh
code as if on a web page, etc.
On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 9:12 AM, John Shotsky <jshotsky@...> wrote:
> If the line wraps in Excel, you have it set in Excel to do so. I don't know
> what you mean by
> executing. I have no problem pasting HTML into Excel 2007. Each row pastes
> into a separate row, and
> it stays within one cell on that row. It obeys tabs, though, so it might
> not always show up in
> column 1.
> Paste a few lines of YOUR problematic html into THIS email message so we
> can see what you're trying
> to paste.
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> Subject: Re: [NTB] Re: Proper text coding for using in Excel to prevent the
> HTMLcode fr
> Hello Pete,
> thanks for the reply.
> i do not have to use NT but it would be helpful.
> what i am trying to do is copy HTML code from my source and paste into one
> Excel cell (one line with no wrapping or execution of the code). MS Word
> allows me to do this for some reason. I have tried several formats within
> with no success yet.
> I know that i have to remove the new paragraphs (^p) even in MS Word or
> does that make sense now?
> On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 11:09 PM, Pete Hoyle <pete.hoyle@...<pete.hoyle%40gmail.com>>
> > I probably haven't been paying quite enough attention, but I can't make
> > what you are trying to do. I think you say you have an excel file. You
> > some other file as well? You are trying to do something with some html; I
> > presume this is in a text file? You are trying to copy the html from
> > someplace and paste it into a cell of the excel file? (If I have that
> > wrong,
> > stop me here.) If you do paste it that way, do you want it to display in
> > Excel as the html codes, or do you want it to show up as the html
> > specifies,
> > e.g. as bold, italic, etc.?
> > In any case, where does NoteTab come in? Is it where you are getting or
> > creating the html and then copying it?
> > It would really help if you would start from the beginning and say what
> > kinds of files you have, and what you are doing with each of them, step
> > step, and definitely tell us what you are trying to accomplish. I think
> > that
> > you have probably given all this information at one time or another, but
> > haven't been able to put it together to get a single picture of what you
> > are
> > trying to do. I can't actually tell how much of the question is about
> > NoteTab and how much is about Excel.
> > Thanks....
> > --
> > Pete Hoyle
> > (Via GMail; Alt: hoylesp@... <hoylesp%40acm.org> <hoylesp%40acm.org
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