Sheet prints twice

admat

New Member
Joined
Dec 20, 2018
Messages
17
Good Day,
I have button when clicked it prints a range of rows on a template.

Code:
Application.Dialogs(xlDialogPrint).Show
    RowCount = Range("B2")
    
    Worksheets("Payslips").Select
        For i = 1 To RowCount Step 5
            Range("B4").Value = i
            ActiveSheet.PrintOut Copies:=1
        Next i
   End Sub
B2 has the count of all the rows. Currently there are 5 rows of data
B4 the user enters from which row to print. Start row is 1.

The page is set to fit 5 rows so I should only get 1 page but it is printing the same page twice.

thanks in advance
 
Last edited:

John_w

MrExcel MVP
Joined
Oct 15, 2007
Messages
5,999
Try deleting the first line - that will print if you click OK on the dialogue.
 

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