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How to print last page first in Excel?

In general, when you print pages of the active workbook, it will print the pages from the first page to last page. But in some special cases, you may want to print the pages in reverse order which means that you need to print last page first. This article can introduce the tricks to handle the job of printing the last page first in Excel.

Print last page first with VBA

Print last page first with Kutools for Excel(1 step) good idea3

Print first pages of each worksheet with Kutools for Excel


arrow blue right bubble Print last page first with VBA

Here is a VBA code can help you print pages in reverse order.

1. Press Alt + F11 keys to enable Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window.

2. Click Insert > Module, and paste below VBA code to the new Module window.

VBA: Print last page first.

Sub ReversePrint()
'UpdatebyKutoolsforExcel20160106
Dim xPages As Long
xPages = ExecuteExcel4Macro("GET.DOCUMENT(50)")
For xIndex = xPages To 1 Step -1
    Application.ActiveSheet.PrintOut from:=xIndex, To:=xIndex
Next
End Sub

3. Then press F5 to execute the VBA code, now the pages are printing from the last page first.


arrow blue right bubble Print last page first with Kutools for Excel

If you are not familiar with VBA code, you can use Kutools for Excel’s Print Pages in Reverse Order to quickly print pages from last page first.

Kutools for Excel, with more than 120 handy Excel functions, enhance your working efficiency and save your working time.

After free installing Kutools for Excel, please do as below:

Enable the workbook you want to print, and click Enterprise > Printing > Print Pages in Reverse Order. See screenshot:
doc print last page first 1

Then the pages are printing from last page to first page now.


arrow blue right bubble Print first pages of each worksheet with Kutools for Excel

There is a utility called Print First Page of Each Worksheet in Kutools for Excel which can help you quickly print all the first pages only of each worksheet in a workbook.

Kutools for Excel, with more than 120 handy Excel functions, enhance your working efficiency and save your working time.

After free installing Kutools for Excel, please do as below:

Enable the workbook you want to print, and click Enterprise > Printing > Print First Page of Each Worksheet. See screenshot:
doc print last page first 2

Then all the first pages of each worksheet are printing.

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