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Hello All,

I have a vba issue. I have a sheet that has several Hidden columns and Rows. How do I set the print area so that it always sets print area from cell F1 down to the visible rows? For example:
if rows (3-25) is visible, the print area is set to whatever that’s visible in range F1: K25
If row (30 – 52 ) is visible then the print area is set whatever that’s visible in range F1: K52

Thank you
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Thank you Pratima :)
That works great
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