EXCEL 2013 Macro -- sort, highlight, print selection ?

Does anyone have an example that does something like the below for the attached ?

 1. sort by "Next Due Date" in "Oldest to Newest" order
 2. highlight rows were "Next Due Date" < today+7 to get everything that is due in the next 7 days
 3. print above section to default Windows 10 Pro printer
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
Why do you need a VB Script to do that?

Set the data as a table and against each column header there will a drop down box with Sort or Filter options. Use the drop down on the due date column to filter for Next 7 days.

If the Print area has been defined as the table or even left as default only visible rows will be printed.

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NVITEnd-user supportCommented:
You can use Excel's Macro Recorder to record and save the mouse picks and keyboard typing.
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