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.
how to get rid of the page numbers that appear when using page break preview mode. The page numbers appear in large grey font in the middle of each page and sometimes makes it difficult to read cells. Can I use this view with all the same functionality without that one feature?
I printed my graph after editing it while in normal view. It did not appear on paper like it looked on the screen. I switched to page break preview to see if I could see the problem and noticed that the printed version matched the page break version. I am using text boxes for some of my data on the graph itself, and the boxes, moreso than the bars, appear differently between views. This has never happened before, and I print this graph every month after changing the parameters and data. To my knowledge, I did not change anything out of the ordinary.
I set up a passworded spreadsheet and saved it to my documents folder. I then copied it across to a network area I use to link to a company I work with. The file opens ok on the password but the page is completely white and I can see nothing at all! When I print preview the page I can see all my information but this doesn't help when I need to update it.
Not only that, the whole lot of excel spreadsheets I have both on my documents and the network area are doing the same thing! I've no idea how it's happened or what to do to retrieve the page view.
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 an Excel file that use an internal link from one worksheet to the next. When I click on the link, I'd like it to go directly to a print preview page so I can print that one page instead just switching to the other worksheet. Is this possible?
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.
I have a report that is generated that is broken down into 4 or 5 headers.
What I want is basically a way to manually add page breaks for 2 conditions:
*That no section starts at the end of one page and ends on the next; I want to just insert a page break before the section so it is all on the next page.
* That if the first section is more than a page long, that it inserts a new header saying 'section 1 continued..' basically.
I've been able to code it and it functions how I want. However, it takes about 20-30 seconds on a dual-core computer with 2gb of memory to insert these page breaks, so I thought I'd get some expert advice on where the slow-downs are and how I could go about tightening up the code to get it to run faster. (this subprocedure is #15 of 15 when generating the report, and the rest take between 2 and 5 seconds combined).
Sub Quote_Page_Breaks() Dim financials_start_row As Integer, financials_start_page As Integer, financials_end_row As Integer, financials_end_page As Integer Dim recommended_start_row As Integer, recommended_start_page As Integer, recommended_end_row As Integer, recommended_end_page As Integer Dim standard_end_row As Integer, standard_end_page As Integer Dim i As Integer, page_break() As Integer Dim recommended As Boolean On Error Resume Next
I have a report that contains several rows of data. This data is separated by page breaks, so for example, there could be 1500 rows, separated into 90 pages by page breaks. Each range may have anywhere between 35 and 45 rows, but some of those rows may contain no data.
I would like to loop through the cells column A, look for a certain criteria, then delete the range around that certain cell that is contained within the page breaks.
I have code that will loop through the cells in column A. I also managed to create code that will delete a set range but since the ranges aren't always a uniform number of rows I need another fix.