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Excel - how to rotate column header on its side using VBA with Excel Automation

Posted on 2009-04-02
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Hi EE,

Can you pls offer a code snippet to rotate column header on its side?

tx, sandra
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Rory Archibald earned 500 total points
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If by column header you mean the text in a range, then it's the Orientation property - for example:
 

xlApp.Activesheet.Range("A1").Orientation = 90

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Thx Rory,

It works! tx, s
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oh, i put your code in a with.. workseeht:

.Range("H5").Orientation = 90

tx, s
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