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Can I print "current page" using VBA?

Can I print "current page" using VBA?

Can I print "current page" using VBA?

(OP)
I am trying to create a button that i can place on certain pages that the user can click to print out the page they are viewing.

 This is a lot harder than orignally expected apparently.

 I have tried using
ActiveDocument.PrintOut PrintRange:=visPrintCurrentPage, PrinterName:="XXXXXXXXX"

 Sadly, this only works if I want to print page 1.

 I have tried using

activedocument.printout printrange:=activepage.index

 i have tried every thing i can think of.

 A little help on this one would be great!

RE: Can I print "current page" using VBA?

The first one will work, but you must make the page you want to print the active page.

John...   Visio MVP - Visio.MVPs.org

RE: Can I print "current page" using VBA?

(OP)
I resolved that issue with this bit of code.

 On Error GoTo 10
Dim UndoScopeID1 As Long
UndoScopeID1 = Application.BeginUndoScope("Page Setup")
Application.ActivePage.Background = False
Application.ActivePage.PageSheet.CellsSRC(visSectionObject, visRowPrintProperties, visPrintPropertiesOnPage).FormulaU = "1"
Application.EndUndoScope UndoScopeID1, True
Application.ActiveDocument.PrintOut visPrintFromTo, Application.ActivePage.Index, Application.ActivePage.Index, , , , , 1
Exit Sub
10
Whoops = MsgBox("An error has occured!", vbCritical + vbOKOnly)

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