Excel Live tool will allow you to export live MT4 data to Excel compatible format (CSV) file from any chart. You can choose which particular data to export in order you set. The data range includes: Price high, low, open, close, 1st MA, 2nd MA, MACD bar, MACD signal, CCI signal, and RSI signal.
How to export live MT4 data to Excel
The exported MT4 data file can be found in the folder MQL4FilesNZ_ExcelData. You can excess the folder from your MT4 platform by clicking "File" then "Oped Data Folder" and navigating to the described pathway. Example of a default exported MT4 data file name is “Data_USDJPY_TF_60.csv.” You can change the root name "Data" from indicator settings. Export live MT4 data to Excel tool settings You can select which live MT4 data to export from a list in up to 10 columns. In addition, you can customize parameters of indicators which data you want to export. Time frame and instruments data are taken from a current chart. Export live MT4 data to Excel example The above is a a small extract of how the exported MT4 data would look like. Afterwards, you can use the data for your analysis, create strategies, or write Excel formulas.
Excel Live tool download
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How do you install a tool on MT4?
In order to install your tool on MT4, you need to: 1. Click on Download button above; 2. Save the the file to your computer; 3. Extract and move the .ex4 file into the following folder: MQL4Indicators 4. Restart your Metatrader platform; 5. Click “Indicators” button in Metatrader toolbar; 6. Select “Custom”; 7. Search and select “NZ_ExcelLive; 8. Adjust settings or press OK to add the indicator to your selected chart; Note: Forex Excel Live was developed by AtoZForex. AtoZForex carry copyrights over this trading instrument. Do you have a reliable indicator, tool or EA? Would you like to share it with our users?