Autofit worksheets in VB6

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Hello its me again

Can anyone out there point me to the way to autofit a range in w workbook (excel 2000) using VB6?

I know I can record a macro to do this

Thanks

Jeff
 

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What does the macro tell you when you recorded it...
 
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the macro works fine in excel - I'm copying and pasting data from some other worksheets and now before I close the WB I want to autofit all sheets (28) of them

I want to code that in VB6
 
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But I just cant paste VBA code (which comes from the macro recorder) into VB6 procedure - BUT

I found the solution myself
Thanks for all the replies
 

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