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Marfilla

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I need an expert in Excel to help me with this homework. Anybody is an expert compared to me :whistling:
How can I put this results in an Excel table?

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well....we can't get to your data because that's a site that requires a login...so...not much we can do to help you there...what is the info?
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Hi, thanks for your reply. I PrtSc the pages so you can see them.
I'm not sure if you can read the numbers well, let me know.

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well...there's a button on the side that says download responses....what does that do? what file type options does it have?
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It says I have to pay to use that option! :whistling:
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well that sucks...as that will probably let you go straight to excel

the only other option i could see would be to manually copy out all the information from the website...like have that open and excell...and highlight, copy, then paste the info into excel
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Yes, thank you, that's what I am doing since I have no idea how to get averages by excel.
Thanks
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You dont know how to average numbers in excel? Just want to make sure thats what you mean, I can help with that.
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