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Automating Word - Chanding the Orientation of a Single Page

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Using VB.Net 2010 (Pro) to create Word document (using late binding).

I'm not sure this is even possible, but I'm going to give it a try...

I am attempting to write an application that will create a Word document report.  The existing report is in an Excel spreadsheet and is distributed as a PDF.

One of the pages of the existing report is a table that is rotated 90º (landscape).  I know how to make the table, what I don't know is how to rotate just that page to landscape.

Any help?

TIA
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To quote a famous commercial...

"That was easy."

Thanks, that was perfect!
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Glad to help :-)
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