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I want to copy text that is displayed in multiple text boxes in a website like the numbers that appear in THIS WEBSITE after you fill one box. I want to copy several texts to excel but when I select those text boxes and copy them, the text boxes are pasted to Excel as they are but without the text inside of them.

For example, how is it possible to copy the numbers 1 and 0.25 (not individually) in the first text boxes appearing in the photo below taken from the above website :

Sample photo of the text boxes appearing in a website

I guess that it is not possible to do that but I hope someone out there has a solution.


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Would a screenshot work, or do you need the text as text? – MaryC.fromNZ Jan 29 '14 at 11:14
I have updated the question with the screen shot – RobotAaly Jan 29 '14 at 14:03
@MaryC.fromNZ It is already easy to get a screenshot, but, yes, I want the text as text. – RobotAaly Jan 29 '14 at 14:29

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