How to Insert the Cell Border only the actual printing page

I have an excel sheet  named " Sheet 1"  an have  data in  Column A to N . The data are Placed from  Row  10  to any row depends on the quantity of data .
I like to know the VBA code  to insert the border only to the page that are actually filled with data . so it mean that for instance i have only one row of data , so i will have only 1 page , that entire  page ( column A to N ) should have the Border on each cell ( from  A10 : N10  to down the end of same page ) if instead i have more data that will fill more than 1 page , i will have the border down to the last entire  page containing data . Thanks
sanlorenzoAsked:
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
You can check the pagebreak property.
Option Explicit

Sub FindPageBreak()
    Dim r As Integer
    Dim iCount
    r = 1
    Do While Rows(r).PageBreak = xlPageBreakNone
        If Rows(r).PageBreak <> xlPageBreakNone Then
            iCount = iCount + 1
            If iCount = 1 Then
                MsgBox "Row " & r & " is the start of this page"
            End If
        End If
        r = r + 1
    Loop
    MsgBox "Row " & r & " is at the top of a new page"
End Sub

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sanlorenzoAuthor Commented:
Hi sir , i see you placed the code to pop up a message , however i do not need a message , i need the border in the cell of the page ( pages ) that contains  data . Thanks
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
I have demonstrated the method for you to fit in with your existing code.

If you are able to use and comprehend VBA code, as your question suggests, then you should be able to incorporate this extra code into your existing code.

If not, then, you should be aware  that this is a how-to site, as opposed to a do-it-for-you site. I interpret that as meaning that if you claim to to use VBA, then your need is to know how the job is done in VBA.

If you are already using VBA, and don't understand your existing code, then I urge you to study, step-by-step, the purpose and outcome of each step.
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