Just specify the URL and the output file name.
WEB.CSV downloads the page, extracts data and converts the data to CSV.
You may download web data to local files and extract required data in several steps.
For example, financial report pages from Google Finance contain six reports.
WEB.CSV supports task files that contain URLs, output file names, and parser parameters.
You may export task files from a database and use a simple command in batch files like this:
WEB.CSV has a lot of options frequently used for parsing web data.
You may add required columns and customize the output for further import to a database easily.
WEB.CSV is a smart tool with a long history. It detects next page URLs and can download all of them.
For example, you may load option chains from Yahoo Finance for all expiration dates at once:
Just try! You will like it.