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Folks,
I have tried to set up a worksheet where the first page orientation in portrait and the second page in landscape and haven't figured it out yet.
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When you change the page orientation, it is for the entire document. If you want different orientations, create a 2nd document for the 2nd page.
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If this is a worksheet, move the 2nd page to a separate worksheet. I think you can have a different orientation per worksheet.
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The page setup is for the entire sheet.
But you can set sheet 1 to portrait, and sheet 2 to landscape, and select both sheets before printing.
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thanks folks
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appreciate it
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