adding rows

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It depends!
Do you want to add the rows starting at a specific row, at the bottom, at the top?

Michael
 
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This right here:
Code:
Range("A5:A40").Select
    Selection.Insert Shift:=xlDown

will do what you say.
It starts at cell A5 and adds 35 rows.

Michael
 
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This works well.
I have 3 header rows and 3 footer or total rows (for a total of 41 rows to be printed). Adding 35 rows keeps my page formatted for printing. When I add the new rows my 3 total row get pushed down (which is fine; I don't want them in the middle anyway). What code will get my page to break after row 38 to keep 35 data rows on the first page? Thanks
 
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This will add a page break at cell A38

Range("A39").Select
ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets.HPageBreaks.Add Before:=ActiveCell

Michael
 
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