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Odd Behavior with Used Range Zoom Macro

Posted on 2014-10-10
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Please see the attached file and the below code:
Private Sub Workbook_SheetActivate(ByVal Sh As Object)
    ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Resize(ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Columns.Count).Select
    ActiveWindow.Zoom = True: ActiveWindow.VisibleRange(1, 1).Select
End Sub

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Why does the zoom range set differently between sheet1 and sheet2 when some of the rows are different heights but it is the same number of used columns?

Is there a better way to write this? I would like for it to only set the active zoom based columns with used cells.....
EE-UsedZoomRange-Test.xlsm
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Question by:-Polak
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by:ProfessorJimJam
ID: 40374279
use this instead of that

Sub UsedRangeZoom()
    'set zoom for active sheet to columns with data
Application.EnableEvents = True
    Application.WindowState = xlMaximized
    ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Select
    ActiveWindow.Zoom = True
End Sub

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by:-Polak
ID: 40374301
JimJam your code does the same thing 86% zoom on sheet1 76% zoom on sheet2.....
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by:ProfessorJimJam
ID: 40374303
does both of the sheets has similar amount data in their cells?
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by:-Polak
ID: 40374305
I attached the example. Yes sheet1 and sheet2 are identical, except in sheet2 the row heights have been modified.
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by:ProfessorJimJam
ID: 40374322
check the file that i hereby attached.  let me know how the zoom works.
sssss.xlsm
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by:-Polak
ID: 40374877
I got a runtime error 91 as soon as tired to open that file.
I've reattached your workbook with the bits of code not pertinent to this question disabled. Lets just focus on the Zoom issue not any of the environment things you are helping me on in another question....

For me your code doesn't set the zoom at all for used cells in the attached. Moreover your code doesn't even allow me to switch between sheet1 and sheet2.
Copy-of-sssss.xlsm
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by:ProfessorJimJam
ID: 40375201
OK,  please see attached file. it is 100% working. I checked it myself and it works.
F--Auto-Zoom-VBA.xlsm
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by:-Polak
ID: 40377455
Question, what are you zoom %'s on sheet1 vs. sheet2? (mine are 86% vs 72%) pretty much the same result as my original code.....
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by:ProfessorJimJam
ID: 40377464
it depends on the monitor of your screen.  min eis 90 and next one 103
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by:-Polak
ID: 40377481
Given that the "Used Range" is the same between both sheets why the difference just because sheet2 has some modified row heights?
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by:ProfessorJimJam
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yes exaclty
Row Heights affects zoom range and that is why, there is difference.
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by:-Polak
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Going back to my original need, I only want the zoom range to set based upon used COLUMNS, I do not want row heights to effect anything; my original code shouldn't behave that way yet it does....
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Ejgil Hedegaard earned 500 total points
ID: 40383039
You select the entire used range, and make the window zoom on that selection.
Then the rows also need to fit the window,
To only zoom on the columns, select the first row only.

So the macro will be

Private Sub Workbook_SheetActivate(ByVal Sh As Object)
    ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Rows(1).Select
    ActiveWindow.Zoom = True
    ActiveWindow.VisibleRange(1, 1).Select
End Sub

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by:-Polak
ID: 40383105
Hummm, okay I see what I did wrong, thank you!
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