Dont Print Certain Rows (if they're blank)

c.clavin

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Hi guys, is there a way to avoid printing rows if there is no text in it? I make purchase orders that sometimes range in the hundreds of lines which would fit over multiple sheets of paper, but I would like to have just one page print my rows 18 to 35 specifically every time, and if there is text, rows 36 and beyond. I do have text (sort of a footer) that is 7 rows high that I dont think I can turn into an actual footer.

If you there's a formula/macro that would only print out rows 36 to ~500 if they aren't blank I would be incredibly grateful. Thanks!
 

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