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This Google spreadsheet is a template for the web tool My Dividends:
http://z2036.blogspot.se/p/mydividends-extended-edition.html?sheet=1iFrcqYhdm8agn-XwrGYfqeKzuX21rQ5dmMP7zBKVy-s&sheetname=Portfolio
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To create your own Dividend report do the following:
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1Make a copy of this spreadsheet (File - Make a copy...)
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Share your spreadsheet with settings "anyone who has the link
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can view". Otherwise you cannot access the data from the web.
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Get the key part of your new spreadsheet (the value between d/
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/YourNewKeyValue/edit#gid=4711
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and /edit in the url of your new sheet)
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Use the key in the tool url (insert the key value between sheet=
http://z2036.blogspot.se/p/google.html?sheet=YourNewKeyHere&sheetname=Portfolio
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and &sheetname) in order to verify that the report still works with
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your spreadsheet
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5Change Stock- and Portfolio data according to your needs
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(tip: check the report after each update)
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(please note that all stocks have to be in alphabetic order!)
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Ticker symbols for automatic price update can be found by
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Googling "your stock name google finance"
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Syntax example getting price via Google Finance: =GoogleFinance("[YourTickerSymbol]","Price")
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Syntax example getting price via Yahoo finance: =importdata(concatenate ("http://finance.yahoo.com/d/quotes.csv?s="& [YourTickerSymbol] &"&f=l1"))
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Yahoo finance seems less robust so Google finance is recommended for this context
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