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VBA / Excel 97  PageBreak Control

Posted on 1998-05-27
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I need to take an existing XLS file and reformat it.
After changing the font size, the page breaks are
not positioned correctly. I plan to take out
all PageBreaks and then insert them based the contents
of cells in the first column. In other words
, the procedure I need is to end the page
when the "paragraph" is done and some pages
will have more white space at the bottom than
others.
 I attempt and fail to remove the PBs with:

For Each pb In Worksheets(2).HPageBreaks  
    pb.Delete
Next
 Then I have to "rewind" and start putting PBs
back in passed on logic described above.

How do I remove all PBs.
  Many thanks, Mark
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mbarron,

To remove all pagebreaks use the following:

Worksheets("Sheet1").Cells.PageBreak = xlPageBreakNone


Best regards
Bin Huwairib
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by:mbarron
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Many thanks, I am very grateful for your time.
 Mark
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