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Topic Title: Newbie
Topic Summary: How to cut and paste from excel to a website
Created On: 03/29/2006 02:28 PM
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DennisLucas
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I have the dubious task of creating accounts at a 3rd party website.  

I have an excell spread sheet that has users 1st and last name, login id, password, position and email address.
I need to figure out a way to accomplsih the following:

1. cut and paste each corresponding cell to its corresponding place on the website.
so.  fist name gets pasted to the first name box etc....etc...
2. once all the info is imputed > I have to acknowledge the account by pressing okay and then go back in change the password so its automatically mailed to them.
2.  I have over 1000 ids to create and dont know where to start.  Any help would be greatly appreicated.
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