I need a macro that will print a hidden page that is linked to the page I have active.
It needs to be able to find the correct hidden page that corresponds to the active page because there are multilple pairs of the hidden/visible pages. The name of the hidden page is the same as the visible one with "printout" added to the end. When created, the sheet code names are sheetn and sheetm; n and m being consecutive numbers.
Trying to put together a macro that looks down active sheet for all cells that contain a value, sets a print area and then prints !
Is this possible?
FYG, I have a column that run from 3 - 2000, which contains a formula, which may produce a value depending on corresponding cells.
I used this code from a post on a similar topic, but excel is complaining code in bold
Private Sub Print_Area_Click() Dim lastCell As Range Set lastCell = Cells.SpecialCells(xlCellTypeLastCell).Offset(1, 0) Do Until Application.Count(lastCell.EntireRow) 0 Set lastCell = lastCell.Offset(-1, 0) Loop ActiveSheet.PageSetup.PrintArea = Range(Cells(1, 1), lastCell).Address End Sub
I have a calculator and I am trying to set a macro that will take the cells highlighted copy them to another sheet, change the format to standard( no background color) make the data fit in one page and print it.
this is what I got so far:
Sub Set_Print() ' ' Set_Print Macro ' set printing area and print
My macro selects cells containing data - then i want the macro to set the print area to those selected cells - works fine - but the selected cells won't be the same each time i run the macro. Here's how it looks now:
I have a document which will require signatures after printed and want to keep the signature portion at the bottom of the page (currently rows 102-104). The problem is that the document will not need to be that long for every person and was wondering if it would be possible to have a macro that checks (C7:C:100), stops printing when it reaches the blank cells, and then prints those last 2 rows?
The macro below works perfectly except for one problem. I only want it to set the print area from Column A - Column M . It currently selects data i have in Columns N and beyond and i do not need that to print. From A - M is 13 columns.
I need a macro to select the area within the blue invoice sheet box, so everything within the blue invoice sheet box is selected , and then the selection should be printed. I will have hundreds of these invoice slips made, right below each other, i was wondering once this is done, is there an easier way to to have each invoice selected, instead of making a custom button for each sheet ( which selects just that invoice , and prints that selection ).
( Column m through v, starting at row 2 stoping at row 68, is the selection required in this example, everythign within the blue box. ).
I'm looking for a way to set the print area based on the value of a cell. I have a worksheet that prints a 12-page document, with data pulled from separate sheets. At the bottom of these twelve pages is an additional 2-page section that I only need in certain instances.
For example, if a cell (let's call it A1) on Sheet1 says "brown," I need the print area set to include these additional pages. If that same cell ('Sheet1'!A1) reads "yellow," however, I don't need to include the 2 pages in the print area.
I have a report that has a set template except that the number of columns change.
I have 3 rectangular shapes with text boxes inside each rectangle. The Shapes take up space vertically between row 8 and 15. In some reports the columns will change, the size of columns might change due to longer text. Is there a macro that will select all the shapes and text boxes and center them column wise between the print area?
I am looking to create a macro that will ask the user to define the row number of the beginning and ending locations that they would like to print. The columns are fixed in that the first starting row will be from column A and the ending row will be column M.
I have built a pipe tally used in the oilfield that keeps track of large amounts of pipe figures but very often is the case that there is the need to print a section of the tally data in reference to a certain depth. With the vast knowledge base located here I was able to build the first macro that prints the whole active tally but now I need something more refined.
Below is one of the copies of the macro that I was trying to get to work and it is missing a couple of things but the most important part shows up and that is how to get the inputbox variables into the defined print area.
Sub TallyVariable() Dim StartRow As String Dim EndRow As String StartRow = InputBox("Please Enter Starting Row you would like to print") EndRow = InputBox("Please Enter Last Row you would like to print") ActiveSheet.PageSetup.PrintArea = "A" & StartRow.Address:"M" & EndRow.Address End Sub
We run a small gardening shop and use a simple spreadsheet to track of various things.
Row A contains headers, with the data following in the rows underneath. This table is now quite large, and we therefore hide 600 or so rows so that only rows with data from the last week is shown. We often need to print this for easy reference. I currently do this by highlighting the area I want and setting it as print area. The print therefore doesn't include hidden cells, which is what I need.
The problem we have, therefore, is that we have to manually select this print area each time. My experience with macros is VERY limited, to the point where I can record one which will select the print area and print. However, as the list gets longer and more rows are hidden the range obviously needs to change, and my simple macro will not keep up.
So my question is as follows. Is there a simple macro I could write to assign to a button that could "keep up" with the moving range? So either it always prints the header row and the, for example, 50 rows beneath (exlcuding the hidden ones), or, even better, it prints the header row and all rows with data in them that are relevant to the last week. Each row has a cell for the date it concerns so assume this may be possible?
I need to write a macro to set the print area to the first two columns (A & B), and the last 12 columns (the last column may change). In both cases I need to print all rows (start is row 1, last row is variable). I am trying to achieve something like the "Freeze Pane" effect with the printer. The first two rows contain column headers (dates). The first two columns contain information that needs to be included on the printout, whilst the last 12 columns contain the most recent data. Various cells withing the selected ranges may be blank, but no row or column will be entirely blank.
I have a sheet that I would like to print to one page (11x17, landscape) and have it take up the majority of the page. The largest the sheet will ever be is data in rows 1 - 71, and columns A - AC. Right now I have it set up so that when i click on the button, the print dialog opens up and no adjustments are needed to print to pdf in 11x17 for the maximum amount of data.
Overall what I am trying to do is have the zoom change when rows are deleted (columns will always be A-AC). The top 5 rows and bottom 5 rows will always be there. I want the top and bottom margins to be the same on the pdf even if 10 rows are deleted in between.
I'm trying to figure out for my boss also I've done some search in this forum but no avail. He want each page to have large faded page number in the background like 'Page 1', Page 2' etc(there's 12 pages in one sheet) for presentations but do not want the page numbers to appear in the printed copies. Is it possible? I know about the watermark but he does'nt want page numbers in the prints
I am still kind of new to using VBA code and my editing skills are very novice at the moment.
How would I change this Code to run on only the active cell selected and that is all, instead of the whole page?
Sub AddIFERROR() Application.ScreenUpdating = False Application.Calculation = xlCalculationManual Dim xCell As Range Dim xFormula As String For Each xCell In Selection If xCell.HasFormula Then xFormula = Right(xCell.Formula, Len(xCell.Formula) - 1) xCell.Formula = "=IFERROR(" & xFormula & ","""")"
How can I print 2 selected area (highlighted area). I know there is a trick to do that. Right now I can only select (highlight) one area to print, but would like to know how to print 2 or more areas at same time
I am trying to set up excel sheets for documents that we print often. I would like to print them with page numbers in right footer that increases sequentially.
setting up a macro. But very time I print it starts from same number instead of the number after where I left off. Example: if I print today with page numbers 1 through 12, next time I want it to print number 13 through whatever no of copies printed.
Here is the code I copied from one of the threads here:
I need the page number in right footer and also the macro to save the last number printed.