VBA code for printing user forum landscaped

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I would like to write VBA code which would allow me to print some user forms landscaped and other profile.
I've tried accessing the xlpagesetup dialogbox, however when landscape is selected it is ignored using the printform as the next line.
It seems like there should be an easy way,maybe not ,but I'm missing it.
Thanks
 

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There is code out there for doing this, I think it involves calls to the Windows API.

Why do you want to print the userforms anyway?

Userforms aren't really meant for output like that.

Why not transfer the data to a worksheet and print that?
 
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