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Ms excel vba : macro that will take the number of cells i need to fit on the page and automaicly size them to the largest possible

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I am constantly wasting time tweeking the size of cells to get the number I need to fit on the page to fit. Is there a way to do this progrmaticly or is there an excel button for that?
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What version of Excel are you using?  Have you tried the Fit to Page option?
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ms excel 2010
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i am using ms excel 2010:where is that option found?
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You can find it in a couple of places:

File > Print > Scaling

Home > Page Layout > (then click just to the right of the Section Header that says Scale to Fit)
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Thanks but I dont think that is waht I amlooking for that will shrink things. I want something that perhaps should becalled resize to fit
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Sorry, I don't know of any other way, other than fit to page.

Have you tried the Justified and Distributed settings?  I've never used them, but you might see if they will work for you.
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where are they to be found?
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