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How to Create an Excel Button to Print Specific Sheets Step-1. Add Developer Tab in Excel. Step-2. Create a List Using ActiveX Controls. Step-3. Customize the ActiveX Box. Step-4. Add Custom VBA Code to Print Sheet. Step-5. Disable Design Mode. Step-6. Create a Control Button for Print.
To print multiple sheets in the UI, you can use the Control and Shift keys to select multiple sheets, then print normally. In VBA, use an array of the sheets names as the argument to the Sheets property.
The easiest approach is to right-click a worksheet tab, choose Select All Sheets, and then print normally to have the worksheets printed as a single print job. As an alternative you could also select File, Print, Settings, Print Entire Workbook to achieve the same result.
Print All Sheets at One Go Click the File tab. Click on the Print option. In the Print page, click on the Print setting drop-down. Click on Print Entire Workbook. Click on Print.
To print the entire workbook, before you click Print, under Settings, click the arrow next to Print Active Sheets, click Print Entire Workbook. The print preview now shows the first page of the first worksheet, and Excel now tells you it'll print 28 pages.
Steps to Print Data with Excel VBA Step 1. Opening the VBA Editor to Print in Excel. Press ALT+F11 on your keyboard Step 2. Inserting a New Module to Print in Excel Step 3. Entering the VBA Code to Print in Excel Step 4. Running the VBA Code to Print in Excel Step 5. The Final Output. Print with VBA.
You can select multiple sheets by clicking on the sheets while holding down the Ctrl key. Then, Run the macro. There will be a pop-up box, showing you all the sheets that you selected to convert into a single PDF. After confirming, click Yes.
Print one or several workbooks All workbook files that you want to print must be in the same folder. Select File > Open. Hold down CTRL click the name of each workbook to print, and then select Print.
Use the CTRL or SHIFT keys in conjunction with the mouse to select all appropriate sheet tabs displayed at the bottom of your Excel workbook. Note. To quickly select all sheets, right-click on a sheet tab and click the Select All Sheets option. Save the workbook. From the File menu, click Print.