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Hello Gurus,

Because users are not very good with print options and how to print :(
I am simply creating a PRINT button in excel sheet that prints out the activehsset - how do i create a macro in vba that prints out the activehsheet?
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by:itjockey
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just record a macro.
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Sub PrintActiveSheet
     ActiveSheet.PrintOut
End Sub

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thank you all
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