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    Hello every one

    I would like to vpa function to extract emails from google search engine page by link with: i will clear what i want exactly to do as below :

    For example : i want to extract all emails from google search page via http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=email "werder-frucht.de" to excel direct in another worksheet 2 for example i will put this is linke http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=email "werder-frucht.de" in worksheet 1 and after vpa function i will extract from google search page extacly for link as bove all email in another worksheet and i want this is function with multi cells in excel " 3000 Cells"

    Please any one support me pls

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