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Is there a way to set an entire workbook to print in landscape without having
to select/set each sheet individually? This would be after the workbook has
been created.

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right click on the sheet tab, file page setup, landscape

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Is there a way to set an entire workbook to print in landscape without having
to select/set each sheet individually? This would be after the workbook has
been created.

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Default Landscape entire workbook

If you want to landscape all worksheets, the following macro will do that for
you:

Sub LandscapeAll()

Dim wb As Workbook
Dim ws As Worksheet

Set wb = ActiveWorkbook

For Each ws In wb.Worksheets
ws.PageSetup.Orientation = xlLandscape
Next ws

Set wb = Nothing
Set ws = Nothing

End Sub

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Is there a way to set an entire workbook to print in landscape without having
to select/set each sheet individually? This would be after the workbook has
been created.

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Carol

Right-click on a sheet tab and "select all sheets"

Set the active sheet for Landscape and all sheets will be done.

DO NOT FORGET to right-click and "ungroup" after.


Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

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Is there a way to set an entire workbook to print in landscape without having
to select/set each sheet individually? This would be after the workbook has
been created.




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