WebTable extracts tables from a web page file. The resulting tables can be imported into a spreadsheet or database program. WebTable helps automate the transfer by translating a web page file into a set of tab delimited files that be imported
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Description: WebTable extracts tables from a web page file. The resulting tables can be imported into a spreadsheet or database program. It can be difficult to transfer web table data into user data. WebTable helps automate the transfer by translating a saved web page file into a set of tab delimited files that can be imported into a spreadsheet or database. The web table information is filtered and translated into printable text. WebTable automation improves the accuracy of information transfer and eliminates the tedious job of manual data transfer.
- Automate transfer of web page table data into local user data
- Improved accuracy and time saver
- Translate multiple web page tables in one pass
- Provides user display of translated tables
- An essential utility for anyone that gets tabular data from the Internet
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