Some "Clever" person decided to create a site plan using MS Excel. It has been done quite well tbh. The problem with Excel is that I am unable to set a custom page size as this plan sits nicely on a paper size I made ealier through using Word. Guess what there is a custom page size selection on Word but not Excel. Is there a walkaround for this ?
The only other way I can do this, is to print off 2 a4 landcape print out but the printer goes to the next page and leaves a nasty seperation.
I set up a spreadsheet for use by my colleagues, on an Acer 17 inch portable. My colleagues all use HP or Dell with 15 inch monitors (and different graphics cards to mine). They all complained that when they opened my sheet, the page breaks were all in the wrong place. When they fixed the breaks on their machines and I opened those file, the breaks were now in the wrong place on mine, but were all right on theirs.
I have now "upgraded" to a Toshiba 17 inch laptop, and find that my original spreadsheet done on the Acer 17 inch shows page breaks in the wrong place on my new machine.
Is this something to do with display adaptors? If so, does anyone know what I can do to standardise this across the board? (My boss uses a 20 inch screen, and the sheet for him is even more wildly out).
I visited all of the sites listed in the various posts & downloaded the XLM function help file.
My question is which syntax would I use? I'm wanting to add this to an existing macro (one that currently takes FOREVER). I think syntax 1 for worksheets & macro sheets, but I'm adding to visual basic, so maybe syntax 3 for vb modules?
Here's my existing code, if anyone wants to help me change this to XLM4pageSetUp ..
Is there a way to copy page setup settings from one workbook to another in VBA?
Example, I have a spreadsheet with 5 tabs with each of them different page setup options.
I have a second spreadsheet with 5 tabs where I need to make the page setup the same for each tab as the saved spreadsheet #1.
Background: This is a workaround for not being able to do copy/paste special values for pivot tables. My workaround is to save an .xlsx as a .mht then reopen and save as .xlsx. The only problem is that I lose page setups through the process.
I've managed to clean up my code removing all of the selecting to get the macro to run faster but it seems to slow down when it gets to the page setup. Is it because of the ActiveSheet? Is there a better way to code the following?
Once a week I need to export data to excel for a report. Some weeks there may be 30 rows and other weeks there may be 100 rows. I created a macro in the attached spreadsheet called 247 formattedV2 that seems to work fine except that it seems to get caught up in the Page Set up area. Here is the things that I have already in the macro that need to be accomplished.
1.All cells should be set to wrap text 2.Bottom justify text on row 1 for wrap text 3.Top justify all rows below it for wrap text 4.Adjust width of columns to exactly what is shown. If text runs over, it should wrap (shown in parenthesis) 5.Center all titles at the top of each column - show with grey background as indicated 6.Center text in columns A, B & C 7.Lighten grey cell in beteen each call (keep them in for all notes, they were accidently removed in this version) 8.Darken grey cell for column headers
Page setup: Set margins to narrow setting at .25 top, bottom, left, right. Set to landscape. Should be 1 page width, as many as necessary for height
Set for 8.5x14 paper (legal size)
Column Widths •A - Last Call Date (w=10), •B - Priority (w=7),.............
I have an 6 sheet excel workbook that generates 27 additional sheets upon an executed macro. I am trying to page setup the additonal 27 sheets only to a zoom of 90. Here is what I have so far but this zooms all 33 sheets.
HTML Sub zoom_2() Application.ScreenUpdating = False
Dim wk As Worksheet For Each wk In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets wk.Activate With ActiveSheet.PageSetup .zoom = 90 End With Range("A1").Select Next wk Sheets("data").Activate End Sub
I generate several reports, all saved as seperate files, with the same page settings (margins, headers, footers, etc.). Is there any way to copy these page settings from one file to another so that I don't have to enter the settings seperately for each file?
I am looking to create an invoice details in excel where it correlates to the payment schedule. and the schedule is biweekly starting jan 3rd
I want to also match the start dates to each invoice date, where the invoice date is every 7 days (on a weekly basis) But, I'm looking to have the invoice date driven in accordance to the employees start date
I'm doing this for a friend, but i'm not sure exactly what he is looking for, and what I have to do in excel
Does he just want me to keep on filling out employee 5 to finish the process?
Or should I create a separate column for each employee for it to be more detailed?
The Overall goal is to get an accurate cashflow
Attached can see what excel sheet looks like : excel.jpgâ€Ž
I am trying to put together a standalone VBA macro that can easily be inserted into my financial models that allows me to quickly switch between two different printing setups - e.g. 8.5x 11 and 11x17 tabloid.
When I view a sheet under Page Break Preview, it shows the Page numbers in the centre of the Page. While I am aware that it would not print the page number I was wondering if there is an option to remove/hide the page numbers.
Using Excel 2003 I have had this problem ocassionally, and I can't figure out what causes it or how to fix it. In a workbook of several excel worksheets I will ask to print a mulitple page worksheet and only 2/3 of every page prints. This also happens if I print to an Adobe acrobat file, and typically happens when I am printing to pdf files. The selection is correct; there are no page breaks . . . it is just some sort of glitch. The only way I get rid of it is to close down and reboot .
I'm working with a very large spreadsheet which has somehow divided itself into print areas. Each section has 'Page 1' or the equivalent as a background, behind the data itself. I thought it would be simple to remove this, but for the life of me I can't see how. I'm using Excel 2007.