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Is it possible to have a footer appear on the last page only.

Sometimes there will be one page, and other times there will be two pages.

It doesn't have to be a footer, but perhaps code to insert text on last page only.

Many thanks

RE: Custom Footer

Last Page depends upon how many rows are included in one page, as you can preview and adjust by means of "View - PageBreak Preview" tool.

A very rudimentary method could be (after having defined a Print_Area using "File - Print_Area - Set Print_Area" with some spare rows for footer):

Private Sub Worksheet_Activate()
b$= ActiveSheet.PageSetup.PrintArea
k=Range(b$).Rows.Count \ 52                                     ' assuming 52 rows per page
[A1].Offset(52*k +15, 1)="THIS IS MY FOOTER !"      ' 15 rows
End Sub

Hope it helps
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