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    hi all

    i want ur help pls for macro which will let me

    1- browse which folder i want
    2- list all files name with full path in column A
    3- then another code to ask me in pop up message which page i need to print (lets say page no. 2) of all listed files

    the above codes i want to be flexible; means later i can change the page no. (in above example "2"), and to let me choose either i want to print directly to the default printer or it will open me the print page to choose which printer.

    thanks

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    http://www.excelforum.com/excel-prog...pdf-files.html

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    Edit: Ken, you're too quick today!

    Cross-posted: http://www.excelforum.com/excel-prog...pdf-files.html

    You must include a link if cross-posted. Failure to do so habitually will probably end in your discontinuance in this forum. Please, it's a measure of respect and netiquette to let everyone aware there are other experts looking at your thread. To not post a cross-posted link is extremely rude. You have been directed to do so in your other thread by p45cal. If you haven't, read the cross-posting message. Please do not cross-post without appropriate awareness and links. Thanks.
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    I was just thinking... is there an echo in here?

    boss1982, for the record it would be a REALLY good idea to read the cross posting link Zack provided. I wrote it to help you understand why people get angry when this happens, and how to work with them to get your issue solved.
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    i cant put any links in my post till i reach 5, and i cant edit my first post

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    You're at 5 posts now. Just take out the "http://" or "www." of your url and it will post as text. If nothing else post what forum you posted it in, for example...

    Excel Forum, thread titled "Print specific page from multiple pdf files"

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    ok, i have the thread in another forum and still no answer http://www.excelforum.com/excel-prog...pdf-files.html

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    please help...many members replied to this thread when i do Cross-posted....but no one for the code

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    That's pretty much what p45cal said would happen

    http://www.excelguru.ca/forums/showt...ll=1#post12207

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    i didnt understand, i already refer to the thread i posted in the other forum....what i have to do now.....

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