macro breaking at unexplainable point

jmckeone

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ever have a macro break on a page format line like the following? It exists in many of my macros and is a legitimate value which works 99 times out of 100. Any idea why this particular line seems to be the culprit?

.PaperSize = xlLandscape
 

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Richard Schollar

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Code:
.PaperSize = xlLandscape

is equivalent to:

Code:
.PaperSize = xlPaperLetterSmall

Maybe that has something to do with the macro failing?

Richard
 

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