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When executing a macro, you can sit back and watch all the onscreen action that occurs in the macro.
Although doing this can be instructive, after you get the macro working properly, it’s often annoying and can slow the performance of your macro considerably.
Thanks a lot, Nathan Okay, so with a fair bit of googling I have figured out working VBA code.
It provides one long string of data, but it's a start. The ICP number is a named range in Excel and replace "KEY" with your individual authorisation token. Open "GET", my URL, Falsewin Http Request Header "Ocp-Apim-Subscription-Key", "KEY"win Http Req.sendresult = win Http Req.response Text I've put together a spreadsheet that works in Excel for Windows that downloads one ICP's details and populates cells with the following parameters with good consistency: ICP, Unit, Number, Street, Suburb, Town, Region, Post Code, Network, GXP, Reconciliation Type, Generation, Fuel, Network Price Category, Loss Factor, Trader, MEP, Profile, AMI flag.
However it appears this is only generated once the ICP has been run through form at least once.
2 - API The API appears cool, but I have no experience with these data sources and have has little luck online.
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It appears there are two available data sources: 1 - For one off queries (which is typically me) - Once I query an ICP once via the website form, the data is downloadable at icp here)Once this CSV is available online, import into Excel is simple.Fortunately, you can disable the screen updating that normally occurs when you execute a macro.To turn off screen updating, use the following statement: The range is filled much faster, and you don’t see the result until the macro is finished running and screen updating is (automatically) set to True.I have Excel 2003 at work and 2007 at home, and I'm home now, so let me think. Clear 'Make the Emp Mon Dates collection On Error Resume Next For Each cell In wsq. I believe it's the toolbar that I brought up from the Visual Basic Editor, which I got to from Tools, Macro.