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How to: Set Page Orientation

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This example demonstrates how to set the orientation of worksheet pages via the WorksheetView.Orientation property of the worksheet view object that is accessed via the Worksheet.ActiveView. The PageOrientation enumerator lists available page orientation types.

Note

The WorksheetView.Orientation property value is used when worksheet pages are printed. To learn how to specify other worksheet print options, see the How to: Specify Print Settings document.

// Set the page orientation to Landscape.
workbook.Worksheets[0].ActiveView.Orientation = PageOrientation.Landscape;
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