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No, =importXML does not offer this kind of XML formatting. But you can use a script to get parts of a page with HTML tags, like this: function getHtml() { var text = UrlFetchApp.fetch("http://webapps.stackexchange.com").getContentText(); var div = text.match(/<div id="qlist-wrapper">[\s\S]*(?=<div>\s*<a id="home-browse")/)[0]; var ...


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Large organisations often do funny things like send their database over to external marketing companies when they send the brief to create the emails. The long turnaround assumes there might be emails 'in the works' that they haven't sent yet, but have included your address in the recipient list. Another consideration is that bulk emails are often sent in ...



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