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How do I change the Row Height with VBA when the Project View is set to Calendar

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What VBA code should I use to change the height of rows so if there are overflow tasks, they do not print on a separate page but the row height increases sufficiently to display all tasks in Calendar View?
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I know it's not helpful, but I'm pretty sure this functionality isn't exposed through VBA.


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James,

Thanks for the reply, it helps reduce trying to find a solution.

Regards.
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