How to identify in BeforePrint if choice was Preview or Print?

ChgsAllAround

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I am needing to run a macro AFTER printing. Since there is no AfterPrint, the only way to do this is to trap with Workbook_BeforePrint, cancel the automatic print/preview, code it manually and followup with the macro. (Excel 2003)

My problem now is knowing if the user chose Preview or Print. I've seen a few close ideas that involve CommandBar, but nothing that would say something like:
Sub Workbook_BeforePrint(Cancel As Boolean)
Cancel = True
If the user picked PrintPreview then
ActiveWindow.ActiveSheet.PrintPreview
else
ActiveWindow.ActiveSheet.PrintOut
end if
Run the macro
end sub

Does anyone know how to tell which was chosen and how I would code it?
Thanks!
 

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