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rishumehra rishumehra is offline How to automate opening multiple URLs from an Excel Spreadsheet? Windows 7 64bit How to automate opening multiple URLs from an Excel Spreadsheet? Office 2013
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Hi Everyone,



I've an Excel spreadsheet where so many URLs are mentioned by my client to edit them. So currently I go the each URL and open it manually in browser. Which takes up lot of my time and makes me sick of doing the same step again and again.

So, please suggest me a script that can automatically fetch URLs from all Rows and Columns and populate or navigate them to IE and open them tab by tab.

Appreciate for any earlier help.


Cheers,
Rishu Mehra
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