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worksheet(1).VPageBreaks(1).Location = worksheet.Range("G1")

how do i change to VFP format, it say unkown name when I run it.

I want to move the Vertical Pagebreak to a
Colmun 'G'.


Kitnba, I don't see a reference to the Excel object in your statement:

worksheet(1).VPageBreaks(1).Location = worksheet.Range("G1")

Normally, you'd use CreateObject() to instantiate Excel, then use that reference from then on.  For example:

oExcel = CreateObject("Excel.Sheet")
oExcel.Worksheets(1).VPageBreaks(1).Location = Worksheets(1).Range("e5")

You'll need to use the oExcel reference as I've shown above.  Also, note that my example differs from yours slightly - mine is right out of the Excel VB Reference, and specifically references Worksheets(1) before the Range property.  I really don't know much about Excel automation, but maybe that is one the issues you are experiencing.

Robert Bradley

FoxDev - Visual FoxPro Development


Ooops!  I just broke the rule I was trying to emphasize.

Change the line I wrote:

oExcel.Worksheets(1).VPageBreaks(1).Location = Worksheets(1).Range("e5")


oExcel.Worksheets(1).VPageBreaks(1).Location = oExcel.Worksheets(1).Range("e5")

Robert Bradley

FoxDev - Visual FoxPro Development


it tell me invalid index.....

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