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Extracting URLs from Hyperlinked Images in Excel

There are a few different ways that you can extract URLs from hyperlinked images in Excel. One way is to use the "Get External Data" feature in Excel. To do this, go to the Data tab and click on "Get External Data." Then, select "From Web" and enter the URL of the page that contains the hyperlinked image. Once the page loads, you'll see a list of all the images on the page. Select the image that you want to extract the URL for and click "Import."

Another way to extract URLs from hyperlinked images in Excel is to use a web scraping tool like Import.io. To do this, go to import.io and create an account. Then, enter the URL of the page that contains the hyperlinked image. Once the page loads, you'll see a list of all the images on the page. Select the image that you want to extract the URL for and click "Extract."

Finally, you can also use a regular expression to extract URLs from hyperlinked images in Excel. To do this, go to the Data tab and click on "Data Tools." Then, select "Regular Expression." Enter the URL of the page that contains the hyperlinked image in the "Pattern" field and click "OK."

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