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Select the HTML, paste as Keep Text Only in to a new Word document, then Select All, Copy. Then when you right-click in Excel you have a Match Destination Formatting option, which is not available through the expected route. Slightly less tedious than saving as a separate file, but still a workaround that you shouldn't have to do.
Here is a good example to get you started. As I stated in my comment, you will need to use VBA to achieve what you want. The basic method is to use VBA to launch internet explorer and then bring back the html code. From within that code you will need to sift through the text to find where your number resides. Below is a method to return the html for a ...
This sed command should do it: sed -i -e 's/src="\/\/https:/src="https:/g' your_file Simple test: $ echo 'some text src="//https: some more text' | \ sed -e 's/src="\/\/https:/src="https:/g' some text src="https: some more text
Searching for replace multiple files [linux] found several answers, but I don't care much for them. Too much superfluous use of cat, ls to get a list of filenames, and such. So I'll post a cleaner answer. If they're all in the same directory, I would use a little script like this: #!/bin/bash mkdir newdir for i in *.html do sed ...
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