Is it possible to print JUST the odd numbered pages from multiple tabs?

Wulf

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Is it possible to print JUST the odd numbered pages from multiple tabs?
I have a workbook with 32 tabs. 27 of them are Performance Enhancement Evaluations. Each of those 27 tabs has two pages if printed out (a front and back). Is it possible to print out JUST the front (the odd number <1>) from each tab in a single print job.

I can print everything out in a single print job by grouping the tabs, but I don't need the back.

Thanks.
 

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RalphA

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I have seen a selection choice of "Print odd pages only", "Print even pages onlky", but, I don't find such choices in my present printer. I am almost 100% sure that this choice is contained in the paticular printer's driver.
 

gauntletxg

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It sounds like you just want to print the first page of each worksheet, and not strictly the odd numbered pages, correct?

perhaps

Code:
Dim ws As Worksheet
For Each ws In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets
    ws.PrintOut 1, 1
Next ws
 

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