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how to create a dynamic print area

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How can I create a print area in Excel 2010 to be dynamic so that when new data is added, the print area expands automatically? Thank you
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agwalsh

8/22/2022 - Mon
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What I did in the end was a version of what was here. I set up a dummy print area and then amended the Print Range range name to read ='Name of Sheet'!$A:$A,'Name of Sheet'!$1:$2
And that actually worked well. Checked it with adding and deleting rows and it worked fine. But thank you all :-)
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I've given you all equal marks to say thank you...but I've marked RobHenson's one as best because it was the closest to what worked for me. But THANK YOU to all of you :-)
Your help has saved me hundreds of hours of internet surfing.
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