Learn Excel from MrExcel – “Page Break at Each Change”: Podcast #1629
Jim wants to add a Page Break between each Department in a large Data file. Using Subtotals would be the fastest way, but he does not need a subtotal. So, instead of using Subtotals, in Episode 1629 Bill shows us a hybrid method. Using a Formula and ‘Go To Special’ to select the first record for each department, a short, 3-line Macro will add the Page Breaks right where Jim needs them.
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