another macro problem :(

blondiechick

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I have this other problem. I tried the same steps, but it gave me this error:

Run-time error '28':
Out of stack space

I am supposed to create a marco named Bill, with the shortcut key Ctrl+p that prints only the bill poriton of the worksheet found in range E3:H12, centered horizontally on the page, with the worksheet naem in teh center at the top of the printout. Then I need to create a macro button that covers thra range E13:F14, assign the Bill macro to the button and then change the default label to Bills.

I also tried centering the page horizontally, but it centered the whole page, not the range E3:H12.

Can anyone help me with this?
 

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