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 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'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 have a sheet that changes the number of columns based on data from other sheets. This is the only sheet in the workbook that I will print out every day. I have it set right now to fit all columns on one page, however sometimes this will result in the bottom 1/3rd of the sheet not being used. If I use fit all rows on one page, then some of the columns will get cut off. Is there a way to scale in both directions? My guess is there is not, but I thought I would ask because it would work great for me if I could.
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.
how to print one report page for every row on a sheet. So if I have 300 rows containing personal info like name phone email I would like to print the data out in a separate formated report for each person.
I have a database that starts on row 10 with header information in row 9 explaining the purpose of the data for each column. In rows 1 through 8 I have general information that when I print the database - I would want on the first printed page (as well as the beginning rows of the database) and have the remaining print pages be the remaining portions of the database but have the header row (row 9) at the top of each - like a header row.
I know how to goto FILE > PAGE SETUP > SHEET > ROWS TO REPEAT AT TOP: - but this will put row 9 at the top of ALL pages...which I want, but not on the first page. I'm ok with making a print button with a macro...but no idea where to begin with the vba code to do this.
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 have a voucher that I am trying to print out for everyone with their name and Employee number on it. Now, I have the generic voucher and the list of name. I am wondering if there is a way to automatically print out vouchers with their name on it, according to the list? Or if some VBA can allow me to create a sheet for each person in the workbook.
As you can see, when I go to print preview, I will want the first and the last four to be formatted landscape and the second and third to be formatted portrait. This is all I want the macro to do. Then later when I go to print, I want to be able to print them all together. Is there a way to do this? Perhaps by letting the first printarea be on its on sheet, the second two on their own sheet, and the final four on their own sheet?
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 have a print range set up that is based on a named range that is an offset formula. The problem is that I would like to set it up as portrait instead of landscape, but if I do that the area to the right doesn't all fit on the page. The print area will always be a certain width, just different hights. I just want to be able to have the print range adjust downwards and still fit the whole area on one page wide.
Cell 1A = Lot# Cell 1B = Last Name Cell 1C = First Name Cell 1D = Phone. I need Row1 to be repeated on each page. The list has about 200 names. We live in a senior community so the list changes quite often.