I'm using a procedure (PageSetupXL4M) which uses the XL4 Page.Setup function to format a sheet in VBA--since it's much faster than VBA's current PageSetup function. (It's explained here: [url]
The problem is that the XL4 Page.Setup function seems to clear all the automatic page breaks. I'll use "MsgBox Sheets(1).HPageBreaks.Count" to display the page break count both before and after the XL4 function. It'll show the correct # of PageBreaks before the function, but shows 0 after.
I need to return the correct # of PageBreaks AFTER the function is run because the formatting of the page can sometimes alter the number of PageBreaks.
how to get "HPageBreaks.Count" to recalculate and return the correct number of breaks?
I am trying to sort a macro out to save my sheet the same as the original when the button is clicked. When i try it from one location it is fine but from another location i get a print error, the error says prit quality is not right, when i debug it highlights: Print Quality = 600 I have tried changing it but keep getting the same error. Their maybe an easier way to do this but not being very good on VB i dont know what to do. This file is on a server and will be accessed from different locations.
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.
I want to achieve is a procedure that inserts horizontal page breaks at certain parts of the sheet where there is a cell equal to 2. Here is the code I have so far.
Sub insert_pagebreak() Dim printbreak_cell As Range Dim j As Long Dim i As Long ActiveSheet.ResetAllPageBreaks Set printbreak_cell = Range("AD1") j = 1 For i = 1 To 100 If printbreak_cell.Value = 2 Then Set ActiveSheet.HPageBreaks(j).Location = printbreak_cell j = j + 1 End If Set printbreak_cell = printbreak_cell.Offset(1, 0) Next i End Sub
Everything works until the cell value reaches a 2, and then once it goes into the If statement I get a 'Application-defined or object-defined error' at the below line.
Set ActiveSheet.HPageBreaks(j).Location = printbreak_cell.............
I have a excel sheet with multiple sheets in it.And I have a VBA macro which split all those sheets into one file each.When I am trying to print one file(SHeet) which has more than 15 columns it is printing in two pages(Width).Is there any code i can use so that when ever i open a file which was split by me and give print command the width should fit to the page and peint.
I want some code which will automatically insert a page break every time the data changes in a column. In column B- the data is structured as below;
DOG <blank cell> <blank cell> DOG <blank cell> DOG <blank cell> <blank cell> CAT <blank cell> CAT <blank cell> MOUSE <blank cell> MOUSE MOUSE <blank cell>
The code I want would insert the page break every time every time the data changed- but not where there is a blank cell. I hope this makes sense. I realise the blank cells complicate things- the blank cells separating the data cells are there because there is additional;data in columns C,D,E etc
I have a worksheet with 760 names on it. The first row are headers, 2nd row on is the data. I need to break the data up into 25 rows a piece, excluding the headers. I am making rosters, so each roster would have twenty five names per sheet. Of course I know I will have a couple of names left over, but this would help with the bulk.
I have a spreadsheet that I need to print, but Excel automatically puts in an automatic page break every cell. I have tried all other solutions to this problem posted on this site (page setup, printer issues, etc).
I'm using the this code to print some info out of an existing worksheet and I'd like to force excel to remove all pagebreaks, as the last column or two is always printed onto another page. Does anyone know how to programatically remove pagebreaks?
I'm importing a text document into excel, and I have these page breaks that start with a c in the leftmost space(no other lines start with a character in the 1st space) and 15 spaces underneath it are page headers. I'm trying to create a macro that scans the entire A column for any "C" in the 1st leftmost space, highlight and delete(move page up) that "c" and the 15 spaces following it. I want the macro to loop until it ends.
So far, this is what I got for selecting C:
Dim c For Each c In Range("A1:A306").Cells If Left(activecell.characters.value,1)="C" Then c.Select
want to specify page breaks and set print areas when running a macro. Appears to work sometimes, but then breaks (hard and soft) pop up on their own). Currently using something like this to specify a 2 page wide view...
ActiveSheet.PageSetup.PrintArea = "$A:$Z" With ActiveSheet.PageSetup .FitToPagesWide = 2 Set ActiveSheet.VPageBreaks(1).Location = Range("P1") End With
Can I force breaks to be more absolute (more accurately)?
I have a sheet that data is imported into that is normally no more than 300 rows. I need to insert 2 blank rows after each page break. My problem is the row height is not always the same when the data is imported. How to insert 2 blank rows after each page break using a macro.
I have the following code that I am using to create conditional page breaks. It works sporadically. It will work on the data I used when i set up the code. It will sometimes work on smaller amounts of data. It will sometimes insert the page breaks but then error out at line: ActiveSheet.HPageBreaks.Add Before:= Cells(row_index + 1, "D"). I do not understand this code entirely as a i am novice VB user. Once I get this code to work, I'd love to imrove it so that the page breaks ends when there is no data in last row or last column.
Sub PageBreak() Dim lastrow As Long Dim row_index As Long lastrow = ActiveSheet.Cells(Rows.Count, "D").End(xlUp).Row For row_index = lastrow - 1 To 2 Step -1 If Cells(row_index, "D").Value <> "" Then 'insert page breaks ever time value in column D changes If IsNumeric(Cells(row_index, "D").Value) Then If Cells(row_index, "D").Value <> Cells(row_index + 1, "D").Value Then ActiveSheet.HPageBreaks.Add Before:=Cells(row_index + 1, "D") End If End If End If Next
I have a spreadsheet that is 7 columns wide and contains blocks of data. The data blocks vary in size typically between 3 and 12 rows. Between each block of data is a blank row (there are no blank rows within the data blocks). There may be up to 500 rows in the spreadsheet consisting of maybe 30 varying size blocks of data.
I am attempting to produce a Macro that will insert page breaks into the spreadsheet, the requirement being that non of the blocks of data are split across two pages. I would need to be able to input the available number of rows per page (to allow for headers and footers), the Macro would then need to count down that many rows, find the last blank line before that point and insert a page break. It would then need to count from the position of the inserted page break to determine where to place the next page break etc.
I need to find row numbers of the horizontal page breaks on a sheet quickly. The only method I have found to do this is by using the HPageBreaks property, which is painfully slow.
Is there another way of doing this that's faster? Or some other manner of using HPageBreaks that improves its speed?
The scenario is that I have a macro which generates a list of items where each item is two rows long. If an item intersects a page break--one row is on one page and the 2nd row is on the next page--I want to insert a row so that the entire item is on the next page.