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I've built an Excel Add-in which includes the ability to download positions.

Once you have setup your account you just specify which fields you require and press the download button, position data will then appear in your spreadsheet as below:


The Add-in is available at: https://www.excelpricefeed.com

It can also stream live prices to an Excel cell as well as help you easily download historic price data into an Excel spreadsheet.

Contact me either via the website or private message and I can send you an Activation Code for a free 20 day trial.

Hope you find it useful.


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Hi Andy ,

I have registered on webpage with my private e-mail. Please send me the trialcoxe and I will have a look.

Thanks, Thies 


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