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Excel conditional page breaks

Posted on 2012-03-27
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Hi guys, I have a sheet that I need to add page breaks, the range is A4:AG627
If a cell in column CQ is greater than or = 3 then I need to add a page break on those rows
in less than 3 then not page break.

Thank you for your help
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Thank you for your response. The code I am using is below, I'm inserting this to identify the rows I need to page break. I didn't understand the ozgrid example. I have ten critical page breaks and was hoping for a code that would do it without the ten codes.

If Range("CM242") = "" Then
    Range("A242").PageBreak = xlPageBreakNone
   ElseIf Range("CM242") > 0 Then
    Range("A242").Select
    ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets.HPageBreaks.Add Before:=ActiveCell
    End If
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Sorry I forgot about htis question.
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