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I have a worksheet that i need how many pages it needs to be printed. Is there a code to know how many pages I will need before print the sheet?
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If you choose Print Preview instead of Print, you will see how many pages the print job contains.    In Excel 2007 it shows in the lower left.
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I know, but i need that a code informs me to make decisions
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What determines if a page needs to be printed?
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