Excel 2010 VB.Net Print Settings Fit all columns on one page

I am creating an Excel worksheet for users and need to set the printing properties in code.
The problem I have is trying to find the correct property settings to "fit all columns across one page."
' Highlight the full range used on sheet and set print area and printing properties
							' objRange1 = .Range(.Cells(#1st Row, #1st Col), .Cells(#Rows, #Last Col))
							objRange1 = .Range(.Cells(1, 1), .Cells(intSpreadsheetRow, 8))
							objRange1.Select()

							With .PageSetup

								.PrintArea = objRange1.Address
								.LeftHeader = ""
								.CenterHeader = "Un-Allocated Sales Order Lines with Free Stock"
								.RightHeader = ""
								.LeftFooter = ""
								.CenterFooter = "Page &P of &N"
								.RightFooter = ""
								.PrintHeadings = False
								.PrintGridlines = False
								.PrintComments = Excel.XlPrintLocation.xlPrintNoComments
								.PrintQuality = 600
								.CenterHorizontally = False
								.CenterVertically = False
								.Orientation = Excel.XlPageOrientation.xlLandscape
								.Draft = False
								.PaperSize = Excel.XlPaperSize.xlPaperA4
								.FirstPageNumber = Excel.Constants.xlAutomatic
								.Order = Excel.XlOrder.xlDownThenOver
								.BlackAndWhite = False
								.Zoom = False
								.FitToPagesWide = 1
								'.FitToPagesTall = 0
								.PrintErrors = Excel.XlPrintErrors.xlPrintErrorsDisplayed
								.OddAndEvenPagesHeaderFooter = False
								.DifferentFirstPageHeaderFooter = False
								.ScaleWithDocHeaderFooter = True
								.AlignMarginsHeaderFooter = True
								
							End With

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Phillip BurtonDirector, Practice Manager and Computing ConsultantCommented:
With .PageSetup
                                                .Zoom = False
                                                .FitToPagesWide = 1
                                                .FitToPagesTall = False                                          
                                          End With
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TeDeSmAuthor Commented:
Thanks Phillip, nearly had it but had set .Fit ToPagesTall = 0 which did not appear to work.
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