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I'm wondering how you went about exporting your data into Excel. I've read about one tool XLQ ( that will presumable automate this, but I was just wondering if there is an easier (and easily explained) way to do this.

SIP exports the data directly to Excel based on the view you choose. XLQ is a great program and will do it, but if you want to export several thousand of stocks then it will take hours. You may be able to use the XLQ .NET interface to dump that data if you can write VB or something else that can access the .NET interface.

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