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Word header does not print correctly

Ever printed a document and set the header as 1 inch. After printing the header is adjusted and it’s not the same with the specified settings on the header.
There are numerous solutions to this single issue. Updating printer driver may help to solve this problem. Selecting the proper size of the document before printing that is same size with the paper that is on the printer. And a lot of possible solutions.
Another solution to solve this issue is to check the headers and footers on page setup. On the document click on “File”, click “Print”. On the Print window, click “Page Setup” at the bottom on this window. See image below:




On “Page Setup” window, click the “Layout” tab and adjust the “Headers and Footers” as per requirement. See image below:


After adjust to a desired setting, click “Print” and if everything goes well. Then the printing will be as expected.

Cheers..till next time.
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Excel footer or header location

How to insert a header or footer in Excel 2016?
How to insert a custom header or footer in Excel 2016?
To insert a custom header or footer with a picture or other sort of customization, can only be done of course using the custom header or footer option.
The easiest way to find header and footer is clicking on Insert on the main menu and selecting or clicking header and footer options on the ribbon tab as shown in the image below.


If the author of the file has inserted a custom footer or header, sometimes the footer it’s either the header or footer will not be shown.
If you need to delete, remove, change or alter the custom footer or custom header, it can be done by the steps below. Steps is shown in the image below. Click on “File”, click “Print”, click “Page setup” a small text found on the bottom right side of the print window. After clicking “Page Setup”, a window will open, then click on “Header/Footer” option.


Cheers, till next time! Hope it helps to make life easier.



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Set a graph or shape in Word behind text using VBA

How to set a graph or shape in Word so it stays behind the text using VBA?
In Word the option is to right click an object select wrap text and click the desired options such as behind text, in front of text and other options.
Setting a graph behind the text is quite useful, if you need to display some text that will be displayed together with the graph.
To do this via VBA is plain and simple, a one liner code.
ThisDocument.Shapes("NameOfTheChart").WrapFormat.Type = wdWrapBehind
wdWrapBehind is equal to set "Behind Text".
The one liner VBA code, of course it will apply to any shapes, circle, oval, square or other shapes not just a graph.
Code works on Word 2016, it may or may not word in previous version of  Word. 

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How to position a graph in word in a specific page?

Positioning a graph in word is necessary to put the graph in a page where the description or other supporting details for the graph will be placed.
But, how to place or put a graph in a specific page in a document?
By default, the graph will be generated in the first page of the document.
To position a graph in any page in the document is to create a bookmark.
If you know exactly where to put the graph, manually create a bookmark by clicking  “Insert” in the ribbon and selecting “Bookmark”.
After clicking “Bookmark” it will ask for a name and create any name to define the bookmark.
Once the bookmark has been named and created, you can call the bookmark via VBA.
Here’s the code to call and select a bookmark:
ActiveDocument.Bookmarks("graph1").Select
graph1 – is the name of the bookmark.
After selecting the bookmark via VBA, call the method to generate the chart.
Like:
'initialize and set graph type
 Set shp = ActiveDocument.Shapes.AddChart(xlXYScatterLines, -18, 80, 480, 3…

Word VBA to set x and y chart values

How to set X and Y values in Word VBA chart?

How to set vertical and horizontal values for a Word chart using VBA?

Code below assumes that you already have the necessary code to generate the chart.

This code below will only show how to set the X and Y values for a chart using VBA in a Word document.

Here's the code:

'Set value for Y axis or Vertical value

With cht.Axes(xlValue)

   .MinimumScale = 0
   .MaximumScale = 35
   .MajorUnit = 5
   .MinorUnit = 0

End With


' Set value for X axis or Horizontal value

With cht.Axes(xlCategory)

   .MinimumScale = 0
   .MaximumScale = 25
    .MajorUnit = 5
   .MinorUnit = 0    

End With




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VBA Word change graph data point width

If you have been playing with the chart in Word or Excel you might encountered that the point on the graph is quite small.
If you need to adjust the data point on Word graph, you have two options do it manually or simply automate it at runtime using a VBA code.
Assuming you have all the necessary parameters that creates the graph via VBA, and you just need to adjust the data point you can use the code below, the code below was tested using Word 2016. It may not apply to older versions but I think logic should stay the same.
cht.SeriesCollection(1).Format.Line.Weight = 9.75
To do it manually, click on the data point and right click on it and select “Format Data Point”, click the bucket icon and change the width value.

Here’s the screen shot using Word 2016:

For the sake of completeness, the code will be something like this:
Dim shp As Shape Dim cht As Chart  
Set shp = ActiveDocument.Shapes.AddChart(xlXYScatterLines)   Set cht = shp.Chart
Dim wb As Excel.Workbook Dim ws As Excel.Worksh…

How to rename a chart in Word 2016

Do you want to check what’s the name of the chart in Word 2016?
Or you just want to rename the chart in Word 2016 to a name, that the chart represents?
Word 2016 default chart name is in sequence, like Chart1, Chart2, Chart3 and it follows this pattern depending on how may charts you have at your document.

If you have multiple charts in a word document, and you want the chart name it to something meaningful or what the chart itself is all about; it’s quite easy and straight forward to rename a chart, but the way to rename it is not conventional as the previous way of doing it in other version of office.
You can rename the chart via VBA code or using the GUI in Word itself.
To rename or check the name of the chart in Word 2016 or O365.
Click on the chart:

After clicking the chart, the "Chart Tools" will open at the Ribbon.
Click the "Chart Tools"  at the ribbon. Click on the "Format" tab.
Under Format tab, click on "Selection Pane", this will op…