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    Excel – printing 2 ranges on 1 page


    by caramia ·

    In Lotus you could designate multiple ranges to be printed (with a comma between each)and they would print one after the other on the same page.
    Does anyone have a way to do that in Excel?
    When I designate mutliple print ranges, Excel prints each range on a new page.

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    • #3378386

      Reply To: Excel – printing 2 ranges on 1 page

      by chainsawz ·

      In reply to Excel – printing 2 ranges on 1 page

      Here?s a macro from that will help you print multiple ranges on one sheet: (remove any spaces that snuck in the url)

      Sub PrintSelectedCells()
      ‘ prints selected cells, use from a toolbar button or a menu
      Dim aCount As Integer, cCount As Integer, rCount As Integer
      Dim i As Integer, j As Long, aRange As String
      Dim rHeight() As Single, cWidth() As Single
      Dim AWB As Workbook, NWB As Workbook
      If UCase(TypeName(ActiveSheet)) <> “WORKSHEET” Then Exit Sub
      ‘ useful only in worksheets
      aCount = Selection.Areas.Count
      If aCount = 0 Then Exit Sub ‘ no cells selected
      cCount = Selection.Areas(1).Cells.Count
      If aCount > 1 Then ‘ multiple areas selected
      Application.ScreenUpdating = False
      Application.StatusBar = “Printing ” & aCount & ” selected areas…”
      Set AWB = ActiveWorkbook
      rCount = ActiveSheet.Cells.SpecialCells(xlLastCell).Row
      cCount = ActiveSheet.Cells.SpecialCells(xlLastCell).Column
      ReDim rHeight(rCount)
      ReDim cWidth(cCount)
      For i = 1 To rCount
      ‘ find the row height of every row in the selection
      rHeight(i) = Rows(i).RowHeight
      Next i
      For i = 1 To cCount
      ‘ find the column width of every column in the selection
      cWidth(i) = Columns(i).ColumnWidth
      Next i
      Set NWB = Workbooks.Add ‘ create a new workbook
      For i = 1 To rCount ‘ set row heights
      Rows(i).RowHeight = rHeight(i)
      Next i
      For i = 1 To cCount ‘ set column widths
      Columns(i).ColumnWidth = cWidth(i)
      Next i
      For i = 1 To aCount
      aRange = Selection.Areas(i).Address
      ‘ the range address
      Range(aRange).Copy ‘ copying the range

      • #3378382

        Reply To: Excel – printing 2 ranges on 1 page

        by chainsawz ·

        In reply to Reply To: Excel – printing 2 ranges on 1 page

        Code got cut off – here the continuation from Wit

        With Range(aRange) ‘ pastes values and formats
        .PasteSpecial Paste:=xlValues, Operation:=xlNone, _
        SkipBlanks:=False, Transpose:=False
        .PasteSpecial Paste:=xlFormats, Operation:=xlNone, _
        SkipBlanks:=False, Transpose:=False
        End With
        Application.CutCopyMode = False
        Next i
        NWB.Close False ‘ close the temporary workbook without saving
        Application.StatusBar = False
        Set AWB = Nothing
        Set NWB = Nothing
        If cCount < 10 Then ' less than 10 cells selected If MsgBox("Are you sure you want to print " & _ cCount & " selected cells ?", _ vbQuestion + vbYesNo, "Print celected cells") = vbNo Then Exit Sub End If Selection.PrintOut End If End Sub

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