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Posted on 2014-04-07
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Hi Team,
I have design a dashboard like worksheet Tab. Here I have many fields ike dropdown, textbox and comment field. out of these only comment field is dynamic i.e. its size does change automatically as input goes.
I need a print functionality so that I could print this.
Can you please suggest how could I print this dynamic Tab using VBA.
Also require if print goes beyond one page because of long input comments I might require footer as well.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
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by:satmisha
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Footer like 1 of 3 Page.
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by:Robberbaron (robr)
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a bit hard to start without example...
is this a worksheet tab or a form ?

can you start the macro recorder, print the 'tab' manually, then stop the macro recorder.  Please Post the resulting code.
(macro recorder is on developer tab that you have to enable in Options)
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Thanks lot Robber and I also do agree with you. This is simple worksheet Tab.
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by:satmisha
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Thanks expert.
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