VBA option to print front to back or change to legal size

RedOctoberKnight

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  1. 2016
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  1. Windows
Hello everyone.

I'm newer to VBA and I'm trying to teach myself so please bear with me. I have a workbook with multiple sheets that contain schedules. I would like to use VBA to have the option to either print the data on Legal size paper or to print front to back on letter size. (The legal size page gets hung up so employees can see the whole day's schedule where as if it was front to back, they wouldn't be able to see the back side of the schedule or I would need to print 2 pages.)

Not even sure where to start. Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks!
 

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