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b PAGE SETUP MANAGER for Microsoft Excel

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This utility makes it possible to selectively restore or copy from a sheet to another sheet or to a batch of sheets all the page settings defined by the Microsoft® Excel® 'Page Setup ...' command including all the header and footer picture settings of the sheets previously saved. Therefore, you can set up all and any page setting in a sheet and save to be copied indefinitely in the future for other sheets, similar to a template. See the pictures below.

It also manages the header and footer pictures, making it possible to insert picture in any of six header/footer positions (18 positions, differentiating the first page and even pages in Excel 2007 or newer) and to move them along the page, down, up, right or left and under or over the sheet contents (ideal to simulate up to nine printed watermarks and nine printed stampmarks). It inserts picture from files saved on the disk, from texts inserted by the user, or from selections pointed by the user on any open sheet. Everything can be done via user interface, see the pictures below, or via functions provided to the user VBA project, see items after the pictures.

Understanding concepts: Watermark normally is a ghosted text picture that is behind the content on the printed page. This is often used to indicate that a printed document is to be treated as specially, such as DRAFT, URGENT or CONFIDENTIAL. Pictures saved in several file formats (gif, jpg, bmp, etc.) can too be used to improve the aesthetics and to personalize printed documents. While stampmark is something similar that is over the content on the printed page. Excel Watermark and Excel Stampmark are a header and footer pictures defined in the print page settings via the 'Page Setup...' command in the Excel menu.

This utility consists basically of only one file (ExcelPageSetpMgr.dll, ExcelPageSetpMgr.exe, or ExcelPageSetpMgr.xla) that can be installed automatically. Except for the DLL, if you choose COM Add-in, no other setting is saved in the Windows Register. Its setting is saved in ExcelPageSetpMgr.ini, ExcelPageSetpMgrLoadExe.xla, and ExcelPageSetpMgr.xlam files that are created and maintained by the proper utility. You also can uninstall it automatically, leaving no mess on your Windows Register or disc.

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Available Functions for VBA Projects (UDFs)

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Features:

- Reset or copy between sheets the page settings defined by the Excel 'Page Setup ...' command.

- Reset or copy selectively, so you can select one, some, or all of the settings before resetting or copying.

- Supports copying or resetting (deleting) the header and footer pictures of the sheets saved and closed and then reopened.

- Supports copying all the settings made directly in the header and footer pictures. For example, a picture originally set up to act as a printed watermark will be copied and act as such on the destination sheet.

- Supports copying between sheets in the same workbook or in different workbooks opened in Excel.

- Supports open workbooks saved to disk and creates new workbooks and sheets during a run.

- Supports resetting or copying at once to all sheets in a workbook or to all sheets in all workbooks properly opened in Excel.

- When resetting or copying at once to more than one sheet, it can optionally alert before every copy or reset, making it possible to jump over sheets to avoid changes in those sheets.

- The picture inclusion in any of six header/footer positions (18 positions, differentiating the first page and even pages in Excel 2007 or newer) can be made from any picture saved in a file format that is recognized by Excel (e.g., *.emf; *.wmf; *.jpg; *.jpeg; *.jfif; *.jpe; *.png; *.bmp; *.dib; *.rle; *.gif; *.bmz; *.gfa; *.emz).

- Text or phrases, such as DRAFT, CONFIDENTIAL, URGENT, can be made and inserted as a picture as well.

- A picture also can be made from any selection indicated by the user on any open sheet and inserted as well. The selection can be a cell, a cell range, an object, or a group of objects over the sheet (e.g., a chart, WordArt, a diagram, a shape, or AutoShape).

- A picture inserted in any of the possible positions can be moved along the page, down, up, right or left and under or over the sheet contents (ideal to simulate printed watermark or stampmark).

- The picture can be centered in three different area options: the total area of the paper, the area under cell sheet plus the header and footer area, or just the area under the cell sheet.

- In Excel 2007 or newer, after the picture is moved or centralized, it can be optionally anchored on the left margin of the print area to follow any changes in its size.

- In Excel 2007 or newer, different pictures can be inserted on the first page, on the odd pages, or on the even pages, totalizing 18 positions of different picture entries.

- You can adjust the color, brightness, contrast, position, and size of the picture; set up the page (e.g., change the paper size or margins); change the printer; and see a print preview without the need to exit from the inclusion forms.

- The inserted picture can also be moved or enlarged beyond the limits of the paper (i.e., create an oversized image) if so desired.

- Without exiting the form, you can insert a watermark on any of the sheets in any workbooks already open in Excel.

- All these features are available via the interface and also via VBA using eleven UDF functions. See below the pictures for a detailed description of each of these eleven functions and examples of VBA code that call them.

- After installed, the utility is called from the Excel File Menu > Page Setup Manager Submenu or in Excel 2007 or newer from Ribbon > Page Layout Tab > PagSetup Manager Menu.

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Tested in Excel for Windows, versions 2002(XP), 2003, 2007, 2010 (32 and 64-bit), 2013 (32 and 64-bit), and 2016-21 (32 and 64-bit) in MSI-based and Click-To-Run installations of Office 365™ cloud-based services.

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Note: The above link downloads the installer and uninstaller package programmed in VBA in a XLS duly converted to EXE by the XLtoEXE to make the installation easier for macro and Microsoft® Windows® laymen; however, if you're an expert and for some reason prefer an installer and uninstaller package in open ZIP format, click here. With this zip package you can install it in three ways: (1) Simply initiate the Install.exe that loads the same XLS in Excel without macro alert; (2) Extract the entire package to a folder and initiate the XLS, enabling the macros in Excel and using 123 as password, or (3) Install the DLL manually.

Add-in Options to Install:

This utility can be available to be installed in three options of add-ins: EXE Add-in, COM Add-in, or Excel Add-in. COM Add-in and Excel Add-in run on Windows in the same process or memory space of Excel and are well detailed technologies in Excel documentation and good books about VBA, while EXE Add-in is a special name here for a mix of those two technologies where the same VBA code is run in separate EXE process and a small Excel Add-in makes the connection between the two processes. Despite the differences in the technologies, this utility is fully functional in any of them. So, what can decide on your choice to install are the features below compared:

Features / Add-in Options

 EXE Add-in

 COM Add-in

 Excel Add-in

- Availability in this package:

Yes

Yes

No¹

- Requires rights elevation in Windows:

No

Yes No

- Excel 64-bit supportability:

Yes

No Yes

- Performance in the load:

Great

Great Poor

- Performance in the functionalities:

Good/great

Great Great

- Interference in the Excel performance:

Very Little

Little Medium

- Risk of Excel crash:

Very Low

Low Medium

- Main file extension:

xla/exe

dll xla

¹Temporarily unavailable.

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Available Functions for VBA Projects (UDFs):

All features and options available in the interface are also available for VBA projects via the eleven functions described below. Thus, for example, a programmer can make a chart on a sheet be printed as a watermark or stampmark on another sheet all silently and flexibly via VBA code.

1 - fPageSetpMgrCopy() - Copy selectively from a sheet to another sheet all the page settings defined by the Excel 'Page Setup ...' command including all the header and footer picture settings of a sheet previously saved.

2 - fPageSetpMgrPictInsFile() - Insert a picture saved in file in any of the six header/footer positions (18 positions, differentiating the first page and even pages in Excel 2007 or newer).

3 - PageSetpMgrPictInsText() - Insert a text or phrase, such as DRAFT, CONFIDENTIAL, URGENT as picture in any of the header/footer positions.

4 - fPageSetpMgrPictInsObj() - Insert a sheet object as picture in any of the header/footer positions. The sheet object can be a cell (e.g., Range("A1")), a cell range (e.g., Range("A1:D10")), an object, or a group of objects over the sheet (e.g., a chart, WordArt, a diagram, a shape, or AutoShape).

5 - fPageSetpMgrPictMove() - Move along the page a picture inserted in any of the header/footer positions, down, up, right or left and under or over the sheet contents (ideal to simulate printed watermark or stampmark). It can have as reference, inclusive to center, three different area options: the total area of the paper, the area under cell sheet plus the header and footer area, or just the area under the cell sheet.

6 - fPageSetpMgrPictMoveInc() - Also move along the printed page a picture inserted in any of the header/footer positions, but it moves incrementing from its current position, down, up, right or left.

7 - fPageSetpMgrPictSize() - Change the size of a picture inserted in any of the header/footer positions preserving its upper-left corner current position along the page.

8 - fPageSetpMgrPictGetProp() - Get the following properties of a picture inserted in any of the header/footer positions: current width and height, original width and height, and horizontal and vertical displacements of upper-left corner relative to the upper-left corner of the paper.

9 - fPageSetpMgrPictGetIpic() - Get the IPicture object of a picture inserted in any of the header/footer positions, allowing to save the picture to a file on disk using VBA built-in SavePicture() function or insert it in any part of Excel or of another application that supports Automation using VBA built-in LoadPicture() function.

10 - fPageSetpMgr() - Make it possible to show the main forms that make up the Page Setup Manager user interface from any VBA code, such as triggering commands in the Excel menu.

11 - fGetVersion() - Make it possible to get the number of the installed version from any VBA code.

Follow the detailed descriptions of these functions with their arguments and examples of VBA codes that call them.

 

1 - fPageSetpMgrCopy() Function:

This function copies selectively from a sheet to another sheet all the page settings defined in the dialog box displayed by the Excel 'Page Setup ...' command including all the header and footer picture settings of a sheet previously saved. It has 19 arguments passed by position.

   = fPageSetpMgrCopy(SourceSheet, DestSheet, Orientation, Scaling, PaperSize, PrintQuality, FirstPageNumber, Magins, CenterOnPage, LeftHeaderPict, CenterHeaderPict, RightHeaderPict, LeftFooterPict, CenterFooterPict, RightFooterPict, PrintArea, PrintTitles, PrintOpts, PageOrder)

1 - SourceSheet As Worksheet (Required). Source sheet to the copy of the page settings selected by the argument 3 to 19. Should be defined and passed as Worksheet object.

2 - DestSheet As Worksheet (Required). Destination sheet to the copy of the page settings selected by the argument 3 to 19. Should be defined and passed as Worksheet object.

3 - Orientation As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Copy the setting set to page orientation in the Page tab.

4 - Scaling As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Copy the settings set in the three options of the Scaling section in the Page tab.

5 - PaperSize As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Copy the setting set to paper size in the Page tab.

6 - PrintQuality As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Copy the setting set to the print quality in the Page tab.

7 - FirstPageNumber As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Copy the setting set to first page number in the Page tab.

8 - Magins As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Copy the settings set in the six margin measurement options in the Margins tab.

9 - CenterOnPage As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Copy the settings set in the two options of the Center on page section in the Margins tab.

10 - LeftHeaderPict As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Copy all settings set to the left header entry position in the Header/footer tab including picture settings. In Excel 2007 or newer, the options to differentiate header in the first page and in even page are also copied and the picture and referent settings as well.

11 - CenterHeaderPict As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Idem for center header entry position.

12 - RightHeaderPict As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Idem for right header entry position.

13 - LeftFooterPict As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Idem for left footer entry position.

14 - CenterFooterPict As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Idem for center footer entry position.

15 - RightFooterPict As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Idem for right footer entry position.

16 - PrintArea As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Copy the setting set to print area in the Sheet tab.

17 - PrintTitles As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Copy the settings set in the two options of the Print titles section in the Sheet tab.

18 - PrintOpts As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Copy the settings set in the five options of the Print section in the Sheet tab.

19 - PageOrder As Boolean (Optional. Default=False). Copy the settings set in the two options of the Page order section in the Sheet tab.

The fPageSetpMgrCopy() function can give the following returns:
     lRet = 0 (Success).
     lRet = 1 (Fail: Source sheet wasn’t informed or wasn’t found).
     lRet = 2 (Fail: Destination sheet wasn’t informed or wasn’t found).
     lRet = 3 (Fail: The file path of a picture to copy was lost and wasn’t possible to restore).
     lRet = 1001 (Fail: Installation not registered).

Exemples:

1 - The code below copies all page settings from a sheet to another:

Sub fPageSetpMgrCopy_Ex1()
    Dim SrcSh As Worksheet
    Dim DestSh As Worksheet
    Dim lRet As Long

    If MsgBox("All page setup settings from ThisWorkbook.Sheets(1) will be copied to ThisWorkbook.Sheets(2). Ok?", vbOKCancel) = vbCancel Then Exit Sub

    Set SrcSh = ThisWorkbook.Sheets(1)
    Set DestSh = ThisWorkbook.Sheets(2)

    Dim ObjToVBA As Object
    Set ObjToVBA = Application.Run("ExcelPageSetpMgr.CreateObj")

    lRet = ObjToVBA.fPageSetpMgrCopy(SrcSh, DestSh, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True)
    Set ObjToVBA = Nothing
End Sub

2 - The code below copies all the page settings from active sheet to all others visible sheets in all open workbooks in Excel:

Sub fPageSetpMgrCopy_Ex2()
    Dim SrcSh As Worksheet
    Dim DestSh As Worksheet
    Dim lRet As Long
    Dim Wb As Workbook

    If MsgBox("All page settings from active sheet will be copied to all other visible sheets in all open workbooks in Excel. Ok?", vbOKCancel) = vbCancel Then Exit Sub

    Set SrcSh = ActiveSheet

    Dim ObjToVBA As Object
    Set ObjToVBA = Application.Run("ExcelPageSetpMgr.CreateObj")
    For Each Wb In Workbooks
        For Each DestSh In Wb.Sheets
            If DestSh.Parent.Name & DestSh.Name <> SrcSh.Parent.Name & SrcSh.Name And DestSh.Parent.Visible And DestSh.Visible Then
                lRet = ObjToVBA.fPageSetpMgrCopy(SrcSh, DestSh, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True)
            End If
        Next
    Next
    Set ObjToVBA = Nothing
End Sub

3 - The code below copies all the page settings from a new sheet to all sheets in the workbook of this code. It means the same as restoring page settings according to the current template for creating new sheets:

Sub fPageSetpMgrCopy_Ex3()
    Dim SrcSh As Worksheet
    Dim DestSh As Worksheet
    Dim lRet As Long
    If MsgBox("All Page Setup Settings will reset in all sheet of thisworkbook. Ok?", vbOKCancel) = vbCancel Then Exit Sub
    Set SrcSh = Workbooks.Add(xlWBATWorksheet).Sheets(1)  'New clean sheet to copy reseting others.
    
    Dim ObjToVBA As Object
    Set ObjToVBA = Application.Run("ExcelPageSetpMgr.CreateObj")
    For Each DestSh In ThisWorkbook.Sheets
        lRet = ObjToVBA.fPageSetpMgrCopy(SrcSh, DestSh, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True, True)
    Next
    
    SrcSh.Parent.Close False
    Set ObjToVBA = Nothing
End Sub

Notes about Early and Late Binding methods:
1 - All examples here are suitable for any installation of the types of add-ins listed above and use the Late Binding method that I think is the best practice, but, if you prefer Early Binding method, replace the line 'Dim ObjToVBA As Object' by 'Dim ObjToVBA As ExcelPageSetpMgr.ClassObjToVBA' and use ‘References...’ command on VBE Tools menu to reference ‘ExcelPageSetpMgr’ project to your VBA project. That's all. This method makes easy to see the names and positions of function's arguments at design time, but is not recommended at run time.
2 - If you install the COM Add-in type, you can ALSO use its well-known Early and Late Binding methods:
     - For Late Binding, just replace the line ‘Set ObjToVBA = Application.Run("ExcelPageSetpMgr.CreateObj")’ by ‘Set ObjToVBA = Application.COMAddIns("AddInPageSetpMgr.ExcelDesigner").Object’.
     - For Early Binding, replace the line 'Dim ObjToVBA As Object' by 'Dim ObjToVBA As PageSetpMgrObjToVBA' and the line ‘Set ObjToVBA = Application.Run("ExcelPageSetpMgr.CreateObj")’ by ‘Set ObjToVBA = Application.COMAddIns("AddInPageSetpMgr.ExcelDesigner").Object’, and use ‘References...’ command in VBE Tools menu to reference ‘ExcelPageSetpMgr.dll’ file to your VBA project.

 

2 - fPageSetpMgrPictInsFile() Function:

This function inserts a picture saved in file in any of the six header/footer positions (18 positions, differentiating the first page and even pages in Excel 2007 or newer). It has six arguments passed by position.

   = fPageSetpMgrPictInsFile(TargetSheet, HeaderFooterPos, PageType, FileFullName, RefArea, Brighten)

1 - TargetSheet As Worksheet (Required). The target sheet where the picture will be inserted. Should be defined and passed as Worksheet object.

2 - HeaderFooterPos As String (Required). The header/footer position where the picture will be inserted. Should be one of these six strings:

     "LeftHeader" - To the left header position.

     "CerterHeader" - To the center header position.

     "RightHeader" - To the right header position.

     "LeftFooter" - To the left footer position.

     "CenterFooter" - To the center footer position.

     "RightFooter" - To the right footer position.

3 - PageType As String (Required). Page type where the picture will be inserted. Should be one of these three strings:

     "Default" - To default page.

     "First" - To first page (Excel 2007 or newer only, differentiating the header and the footer in the first page).

     "Even" - To even page (Excel 2007 or newer only, differentiating the header and the footer in the even pages).

4 - FileFullName As String (Required). Name and path of the file contains a picture to insert in format recognized by Excel (e.g., *.emf; *.wmf; *.jpg; *.jpeg; *.jfif; *.jpe; *.png; *.bmp; *.dib; *.rle; *.gif; *.bmz; *.gfa; *.emz).

5 - RefArea As Long (Optional, 0 to 3. Default=1). Reference area to center the inserted picture along the printed page, where:

     0 - Not center and not move the picture along the page, preserving the position in the page as the Excel default in each header or footer entry point.

     1 - Center in the total area of the paper.

     2 - Center in the area under cell sheet plus the header and footer area.

     3 - Center in the area under the cell sheet only.

6 - Brighten As Boolean (Optional. Default=True). Brighten the inserted picture using Excel watermark default image properties.

The fPageSetpMgrPictInsFile() function can give the following returns:
     lRet = 0 (Success);
     lRet = 1 (Fail: Target sheet wasn’t informed or wasn’t found).
     lRet = 2 (Fail: The header/footer position informed doesn't exist or isn't supported by the Excel version in use).
     lRet = 3 (Fail: The page type informed isn't valid or isn't supported by the current Excel version).
     lRet = 4 (Fail: The picture file to insert wasn't found).
     lRet = 5 (Fail: Invalid picture or file format).
     lRet = 1001 (Fail: Installation not registered).

Example:

1 - The code below inserts a picture from YourPicture.wmf file in the left header position of default printed page of the sheet 2 of the active workbook. After inserted, the picture will be center along the total area of the paper and brighten using Excel watermark default image properties.

Sub fPageSetpMgrPictInsFile_Ex1()
    Dim TargetSh As Worksheet
    Dim lRet As Long
    Set TargetSh = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets(2)

    Dim ObjToVBA As Object
    Set ObjToVBA = Application.Run("ExcelPageSetpMgr.CreateObj")
    lRet = ObjToVBA.fPageSetpMgrPictInsFile(TargetSh, "LeftHeader", "Default", ThisWorkbook.Path & "\YourPicture.wmf", 1, True)
    
    Set ObjToVBA = Nothing
End Sub

See notes about Early and Late Binding methods.

 

3 - fPageSetpMgrPictInsText() Function:

This function inserts a text or phrase, such as DRAFT, CONFIDENTIAL, URGENT as picture in any of the header/footer positions. It has 11 arguments passed by position.

   = fPageSetpMgrPictInsText(TargetSheet, HeaderFooterPos, PageType, Text, FontName, FontSize, FontColor, PresetEffect, Transparency, RotLayout, RefArea)

1 - TargetSheet As Worksheet (Required). The target sheet where the text as picture will be inserted. Should be defined and passed as Worksheet object.

2 - HeaderFooterPos As String (Required). The header/footer position where the text as picture will be inserted. Should be one of these six strings:

     "LeftHeader" - To the left header position.

     "CerterHeader" - To the center header position.

     "RightHeader" - To the right header position.

     "LeftFooter" - To the left footer position.

     "CenterFooter" - To the center footer position.

     "RightFooter" - To the right footer position.

3 - PageType As String (Required). Page type where the text as picture will be inserted. Should be one of these three strings:

     "Default" - To default page.

     "First" - To first page (Excel 2007 or newer only, differentiating the header and the footer in the first page).

     "Even" - To even page (Excel 2007 or newer only, differentiating the header and the footer in the even pages).

4 - Text As String (Required). Text or phrase to be inserted as picture.

5 - FontName As String (Optional. Default="Times New Roman"). Font name to format the text. The font should be installed in the Windows.

6 - FontSize As Long (Optional, 36 to 150. Default=Auto). Font size to format the text. Ignore to auto size according to the picture size to fit on the printed area.

7 - FontColor As Long (Optional, RGB(0, 0, 0) to RGB(255, 255, 255). Default=RGB(210, 210, 210)). Font color to format the text.

8 - PresetEffect As Long (Optional, 0 to 29. Default=0). Preset effect from WordArt to format the text.

9 - Transparency As Double (Optional, 0 to 100. Default=50). Transparency degree to format the text from 0 (opaque) to 1 (clear). Ignore to make the text semitransparent.

10 - RotLayout As Long (Optional, 0 to 359. Default=315). Rotation layout to format the text. Common layout: 0 (Horizontal), 270 (Vertical) e 315 (Diagonal).

11 - RefArea As Long (Optional, 0 to 3. Default=1). Reference area to size and/or center the text as picture along the printed page, where:

     0 - Not center and not move the text as picture along the page, preserving the position in the page as the Excel default in each header or footer entry point.

     1 - Center in the total area of the paper and size the text as picrture relative to it.

     2 - Center in the area under cell sheet plus the header and footer area and size the text as picrture relative to it.

     3 - Center in the area under the cell sheet only and size the text as picrture relative to it.

The fPageSetpMgrPictInsText() function can give the following returns:
     lRet = 0 (Success);
     lRet = 1 (Fail: Target sheet wasn’t informed or wasn’t found).
     lRet = 2 (Fail: The header/footer position informed doesn't exist or isn't supported by the Excel version in use).
     lRet = 3 (Fail: The page type informed isn't valid or isn't supported by the current Excel version).
     lRet = 4 (Fail: The picture file to insert wasn't found).
     lRet = 5 (Fail: Invalid picture or file format).
     lRet = 6 (Fail: Unable to mount the picture of the text).
     lRet = 1001 (Fail: Installation not registered).

Example:

1 - The code below inserts "DRAFT" text as picture in the left header position of default printed page of the sheet 2 of the active workbook. The picture will be made in a size to fit in the page and, after inserted, it will be center along the total area of the paper.

Sub fPageSetpMgrPictInsText_Ex1()
    Dim TargetSh As Worksheet
    Dim lRet As Long
    Set TargetSh = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets(2)

    Dim ObjToVBA As Object
    Set ObjToVBA = Application.Run("ExcelPageSetpMgr.CreateObj")
    lRet = ObjToVBA.fPageSetpMgrPictInsText(TargetSh, "LeftHeader", "Default", "DRAFT")

    Set ObjToVBA = Nothing
End Sub

See notes about Early and Late Binding methods.

 

4 - fPageSetpMgrPictInsObj() Function:

This function inserts a sheet object as picture in any of the header/footer positions. The sheet object can be a cell (e.g., Range("A1")), a cell range (e.g., Range("A1:D10")), an object, or a group of objects over the sheet (e.g., a chart, WordArt, a diagram, a shape, or AutoShape). It has six arguments passed by position.

   = fPageSetpMgrPictInsObj(TargetSheet, HeaderFooterPos, PageType, ShpOrRng, RefArea, Brighten)

1 - TargetSheet As Worksheet (Required). The target sheet where the object as picture will be inserted. Should be defined and passed as Worksheet object.

2 - HeaderFooterPos As String (Required). The header/footer position where the object as picture will be inserted. Should be one of these six strings:

     "LeftHeader" - To the left header position.

     "CerterHeader" - To the center header position.

     "RightHeader" - To the right header position.

     "LeftFooter" - To the left footer position.

     "CenterFooter" - To the center footer position.

     "RightFooter" - To the right footer position.

3 - PageType As String (Required). Page type where the object as picture will be inserted. Should be one of these three strings:

     "Default" - To default page.

     "First" - To first page (Excel 2007 or newer only, differentiating the header and the footer in the first page).

     "Even" - To even page (Excel 2007 or newer only, differentiating the header and the footer in the even pages).

4 - ShpOrRng As Object (Optional. Default=Current selection). Sheet object or selection to be inserted as picture.The sheet object can be a cell (e.g., Range("A1")), a cell range (e.g., Range("A1:D10")), an object, or a group of objects over the sheet (e.g., a chart, WordArt, a diagram, a shape, or AutoShape). When the object is a cell range, its cell contents, its cell formats including border, and all objects or parts just over its cells will appear in the picture like take a photo of the cells with camara or WYSWYG (What You See What You Get).

5 - RefArea As Long (Optional, 0 to 3. Default=1). Reference area to center the picture along the printed page, where:

     0 - Not center and not move the picture along the page, preserving the position in the page as the Excel default in each header or footer entry point.

     1 - Center in the total area of the paper.

     2 - Center in the area under cell sheet plus the header and footer area.

     3 - Center in the area under the cell sheet only.

6 - Brighten As Boolean (Optional. Default=True). Brighten the inserted picture using Excel watermark default image properties.

 The fPageSetpMgrPictInsObj() function can give the following returns:
     lRet = 0 (Success);
     lRet = 1 (Fail: Target sheet wasn’t informed or wasn’t found).
     lRet = 2 (Fail: The header/footer position informed doesn't exist or isn't supported by the Excel version in use).
     lRet = 3 (Fail: The page type informed isn't valid or isn't supported by the current Excel version).
     lRet = 4 (Fail: The picture file to insert wasn't found).
     lRet = 5 (Fail: Invalid picture or file format).
     lRet = 6 (Fail: The object informed isn't valid).
     lRet = 7 (Fail: The object informed isn't a valid sheet object).
     lRet = 8 (Fail: The object informed is a valid sheet object, but it wasn't possible to copy it).
     lRet = 9 (Fail: Error when creating temp picture).
     lRet = 1001 (Fail: Installation not registered).

Example:

1 - The code below inserts Chart 1 of the sheet 3 as picture in the left header position of default printed page of the sheet 2 on active workbook. After inserted, the picture will be center along the total area of the paper and brighten using Excel watermark default image properties.

Sub fPageSetpMgrPictInsObj_Ex1()
    Dim TargetSh As Worksheet
    Dim lRet As Long
    Set TargetSh = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets(2)

    Dim ObjToVBA As Object
    Set ObjToVBA = Application.Run("ExcelPageSetpMgr.CreateObj")
    lRet = ObjToVBA.fPageSetpMgrPictInsObj(TargetSh, "LeftHeader", "Default", TargetSh.Parent.Sheets(3).Shapes("Chart 1"))

    Set ObjToVBA = Nothing
End Sub

See notes about Early and Late Binding methods.

 

5 - fPageSetpMgrPictMove() Function:

This function moves along the printed page a picture inserted in any of the header/footer positions, down, up, right or left and under or over the sheet contents (ideal to simulate printed watermark or stampmark). It can have as reference, inclusive to center, three different area options: the total area of the paper, the area under cell sheet plus the header and footer area, or just the area under the cell sheet. It has six arguments passed by position.

   = fPageSetpMgrPictMove(TargetSheet, HeaderFooterPos, PageType, MoveLeft, MoveTop, RefArea)

1 - TargetSheet As Worksheet (Required). The target sheet where the header/footer picture will be moved along the page. Should be defined and passed as Worksheet object.

2 - HeaderFooterPos As String (Required). The header/footer position where the picture will be moved along the printed page. Should be one of these six strings:

     "LeftHeader" - To the left header position.

     "CerterHeader" - To the center header position.

     "RightHeader" - To the right header position.

     "LeftFooter" - To the left footer position.

     "CenterFooter" - To the center footer position.

     "RightFooter" - To the right footer position.

3 - PageType As String (Required). Page type where the header/footer picture will be moved along the page. Should be one of these three strings:

     "Default" - To default page.

     "First" - To first page (Excel 2007 or newer only, differentiating the header and the footer in the first page).

     "Even" - To even page (Excel 2007 or newer only, differentiating the header and the footer in the even pages).

4 - MoveLeft As Double (Optional. Default=Center horizontally). It specifies the horizontal coordinate to move the picture and is measured in points from the upper-left corner of the reference area set by RefArea argument to the upper-left corner of the picture. A point is 1/72 of an inch.

5 - MoveTop As Double (Optional. Default=Center vertically). It specifies the vertical coordinate to move the picture and is measured in points from the upper-left corner of the reference area set by RefArea argument to the upper-left corner of the picture. A point is 1/72 of an inch.

6 - RefArea As Long (Optional, 1 to 3. Default=1). Reference area to move or center the picture along the printed page. The picture will be centralized horizontally if the MoveLeft argument is ignored and/or vertically if MoveTop arguments is ignored. Where:

     1 - Center in the total area of the paper or move having its upper-left corner as reference.

     2 - Center or move in the area under cell sheet plus the header and footer area or move having its upper-left corner as reference.

     3 - Center in the area under the cell sheet only or move having its upper-left corner as reference.

The fPageSetpMgrPictMove() function can give the following returns:
     lRet = 0 (Success);
     lRet = 1 (Fail: Target sheet wasn’t informed or wasn’t found).
     lRet = 2 (Fail: The header/footer position informed doesn't exist or isn't supported by the Excel version in use).
     lRet = 3 (Fail: The page type informed isn't valid or isn't supported by the current Excel version).
     lRet = 4 (Fail: There is no picture in the header/footer position informed).
     lRet = 5 (Fail: Unable to get the paper size).
     lRet = 1001 (Fail: Installation not registered).

Example:

1 - The code below moves the picture inserted in the left header position of default printed page of the sheet 2 on active workbook. The upper-left corner of the picture will be moved 200pt left and 200pt down from the top of the upper-left corner of total area of the paper.

Sub fPageSetpMgrPictMove_Ex1()
    Dim TargetSh As Worksheet
    Dim lRet As Long

    Set TargetSh = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets(2)

    Dim ObjToVBA As Object
    Set ObjToVBA = Application.Run("ExcelPageSetpMgr.CreateObj")
    lRet = ObjToVBA.fPageSetpMgrPictMove(TargetSh, "LeftHeader", "Default", 200, 200, 1)

    Set ObjToVBA = Nothing
End Sub

See notes about Early and Late Binding methods.

 

6 - fPageSetpMgrPictMoveInc() Function:

This function also moves along the printed page a picture inserted in any of the header/footer positions, but it moves incrementing from its current position, down, up, right or left. It has five arguments passed by position.

   = fPageSetpMgrPictMoveInc(TargetSheet, HeaderFooterPos, PageType, IncrLeft, IncrTop)

1 - TargetSheet As Worksheet (Required). The target sheet where the header/footer picture will be moved along the page. Should be defined and passed as Worksheet object.

2 - HeaderFooterPos As String (Required). The header/footer position where the picture will be moved along the printed page. Should be one of these six strings:

     "LeftHeader" - To the left header position.

     "CerterHeader" - To the center header position.

     "RightHeader" - To the right header position.

     "LeftFooter" - To the left footer position.

     "CenterFooter" - To the center footer position.

     "RightFooter" - To the right footer position.

3 - PageType As String (Required). Page type where the header/footer picture will be moved along the page. Should be one of these three strings:

     "Default" - To default page.

     "First" - To first page (Excel 2007 or newer only, differentiating the header and the footer in the first page).

     "Even" - To even page (Excel 2007 or newer only, differentiating the header and the footer in the even pages).

4 - IncrLeft As Double (Optional. Default=0). It specifies the horizontal displacement to move the picture and is measured in points from its current position.

5 - IncrTop As Double (Optional. Default=0). It specifies the vertical displacement to move the picture and is measured in points from its current position. A point is 1/72 of an inch.

The fPageSetpMgrPictMoveInc() function can give the following returns:
     lRet = 0 (Success);
     lRet = 1 (Fail: Target sheet wasn’t informed or wasn’t found).
     lRet = 2 (Fail: The header/footer position informed doesn't exist or isn't supported by the Excel version in use).
     lRet = 3 (Fail: The page type informed isn't valid or isn't supported by the current Excel version).
     lRet = 4 (Fail: There is no picture in the header/footer position informed).
     lRet = 5 (Fail: Unable to get the paper size).
     lRet = 1001 (Fail: Installation not registered).

Example:

1 - The code below moves the picture in the left header position of default printed page of the sheet 2 on active workbook. The picture will be moved 200pt left and 200pt down from its current position.

Sub fPageSetpMgrPictMoveInc_Ex1()
    Dim TargetSh As Worksheet
    Dim lRet As Long
    Set TargetSh = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets(2)

    Dim ObjToVBA As Object
    Set ObjToVBA = Application.Run("ExcelPageSetpMgr.CreateObj")
    lRet = ObjToVBA.fPageSetpMgrPictMoveInc(TargetSh, "LeftHeader", "Default", 200, 200)

    Set ObjToVBA = Nothing
End Sub

See notes about Early and Late Binding methods.

 

7 - fPageSetpMgrPictSize() Function:

This function changes the size of a picture inserted in any of the header/footer positions preserving its upper-left corner current position along the page. It has five arguments passed by position.

   = fPageSetpMgrPictSize(TargetSheet, HeaderFooterPos, PageType, SizeWidth, SizeHeight)

1 - TargetSheet As Worksheet (Required). The target sheet where the header/footer picture will be sized. Should be defined and passed as Worksheet object.

2 - HeaderFooterPos As String (Required). The header/footer position where the picture will be sized. Should be one of these six strings:

     "LeftHeader" - To the left header position.

     "CerterHeader" - To the center header position.

     "RightHeader" - To the right header position.

     "LeftFooter" - To the left footer position.

     "CenterFooter" - To the center footer position.

     "RightFooter" - To the right footer position.

3 - PageType As String (Required). Page type where the header/footer picture will be sized. Should be one of these three strings:

     "Default" - To default page.

     "First" - To first page (Excel 2007 or newer only, differentiating the header and the footer in the first page).

     "Even" - To even page (Excel 2007 or newer only, differentiating the header and the footer in the even pages).

4 - SizeWidth As Double (Optional). It specifies the width of the picture, measured in points.

5 - SizeHeight As Double (Optional). It specifies the height of the picture, measured in points. A point is 1/72 of an inch.

Note: SizeWidth and SizeHeight are optional and one or both can be ignored. If one of them is ignored it will change with the other according to the current aspect ratio. If both are ignored the picture original size will be restored.

The fPageSetpMgrPictSize() function can give the following returns:
     lRet = 0 (Success);
     lRet = 1 (Fail: Target sheet wasn’t informed or wasn’t found).
     lRet = 2 (Fail: The header/footer position informed doesn't exist or isn't supported by the Excel version in use).
     lRet = 3 (Fail: The page type informed isn't valid or isn't supported by the current Excel version).
     lRet = 4 (Fail: There is no picture in the header/footer position informed).
     lRet = 5 (Fail: Unable to get the paper size).
     lRet = 1001 (Fail: Installation not registered).

Example:

1 - The code below sizes the picture in the left header position of default printed page of the sheet 2 on active workbook. The picture will be sized by height that will be changed to 120pt while its width will be changed according its current aspect ratio.

Sub fPageSetpMgrPictSize_Ex1()
    Dim TargetSh As Worksheet
    Dim lRet As Long
    Set TargetSh = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets(2)

    Dim ObjToVBA As Object
    Set ObjToVBA = Application.Run("ExcelPageSetpMgr.CreateObj")
    lRet = ObjToVBA.fPageSetpMgrPictSize(TargetSh, "LeftHeader", "Default", , 120)

    Set ObjToVBA = Nothing
End Sub

See notes about Early and Late Binding methods.

 

8 - fPageSetpMgrPictGetProp() Function:

This function gets the following properties of a picture inserted in any of the header/footer positions: current width and height, original width and height, and horizontal and vertical displacements of upper-left corner relative to the upper-left corner of the paper. It has nine arguments passed by position.

   = fPageSetpMgrPictGetProp(TargetSheet, HeaderFooterPos, PageType, CurrWidthRet, CurrHeightRet, OrigWidthRet, OrigHeightRet, MoveLeftRet, MoveTopRet)

1 - TargetSheet As Worksheet (Required). The target sheet where the header/footer picture to get the properties is inserted. Should be defined and passed as Worksheet object.

2 - HeaderFooterPos As String (Required). The header/footer position where the picture to get properties is inserted. Should be one of these six strings:

     "LeftHeader" - To the left header position.

     "CerterHeader" - To the center header position.

     "RightHeader" - To the right header position.

     "LeftFooter" - To the left footer position.

     "CenterFooter" - To the center footer position.

     "RightFooter" - To the right footer position.

3 - PageType As String (Required). Page type where the header/footer picture to get properties is inserted. Should be one of these three strings:

     "Default" - To default page.

     "First" - To first page (Excel 2007 or newer only, differentiating the header and the footer in the first page).

     "Even" - To even page (Excel 2007 or newer only, differentiating the header and the footer in the even pages).

4 - CurrWidthRet As Double (Optional). It returns the current width of the picture, measured in points.

5 - CurrHeightRet As Double (Optional). It returns the current height of the picture, measured in points.

6 - OrigWidthRet As Double (Optional). It returns the current width of the picture, measured in points.

7 - OrigHeightRet As Double (Optional). It returns the current height of the picture, measured in points.

8 - MoveLeftRet As Double (Optional). It returns the current horizontal displacement of the picture upper-left corner relative to the upper-left corner of the paper.

9 - MoveTopRet As Double (Optional). It returns the current vertical displacement of the picture upper-left corner relative to the upper-left corner of the paper.

Note: Each argument from 4 to 9 should be dully declared to be passed by reference for that the return of value can be done by it.

The fPageSetpMgrPictGetProp() function can give the following returns:
     lRet = 0 (Success);
     lRet = 1 (Fail: Target sheet wasn’t informed or wasn’t found).
     lRet = 2 (Fail: The header/footer position informed doesn't exist or isn't supported by the Excel version in use).
     lRet = 3 (Fail: The page type informed isn't valid or isn't supported by the current Excel version).
     lRet = 4 (Fail: There is no picture in the header/footer position informed).
     lRet = 5 (Fail: Unable to get the paper size).
     lRet = 1001 (Fail: Installation not registered).

Example:

1 - The code below gets current and original heights of the picture in the left header position of default printed page of the sheet 2 on active workbook.

Sub fPageSetpMgrPictGetProp_Ex1()
    Dim TargetSh As Worksheet
    Dim lRet As Long
    Dim CurrHeightRet As Double
    Dim OrigHeightRet As Double
    Set TargetSh = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets(2)

    Dim ObjToVBA As Object
    Set ObjToVBA = Application.Run("ExcelPageSetpMgr.CreateObj")
    lRet = ObjToVBA.fPageSetpMgrPictGetProp(TargetSh, "LeftHeader", "Default", , CurrHeightRet, , OrigHeightRet)

    If lRet = 0 Then MsgBox ("The picture current height is " & CurrHeightRet & "pt and its original height was " & OrigHeightRet & "pt.") _
                            Else MsgBox ("The fPageSetpMgrPictGetProp() function returned the error number " & lRet & "!")
    Set ObjToVBA = Nothing
End Sub

See notes about Early and Late Binding methods.

 

9 - fPageSetpMgrPictGetIpic() Function:

This function gets the IPicture object of a picture inserted in any of the header/footer positions, allowing to save the picture to a file on disk using VBA built-in SavePicture() function or insert it in any part of Excel or of another application that supports Automation using VBA built-in LoadPicture() function. It has four arguments passed by position.

   = fPageSetpMgrPictGetIpic(TargetSheet, HeaderFooterPos, PageType, IPictRet)

1 - TargetSheet As Worksheet (Required). The target sheet where the header/footer picture to get the IPicture object is inserted. Should be defined and passed as Worksheet object.

2 - HeaderFooterPos As String (Required). The header/footer position where the picture to get the IPicture object is inserted. Should be one of these six strings:

     "LeftHeader" - To the left header position.

     "CerterHeader" - To the center header position.

     "RightHeader" - To the right header position.

     "LeftFooter" - To the left footer position.

     "CenterFooter" - To the center footer position.

     "RightFooter" - To the right footer position.

3 - PageType As String (Required). Page type where the header/footer picture to get the IPicture object is inserted. Should be one of these three strings:

     "Default" - To default page.

     "First" - To first page (Excel 2007 or newer only, differentiating the header and the footer in the first page).

     "Even" - To even page (Excel 2007 or newer only, differentiating the header and the footer in the even pages).

4 - IPictRet As IPictureDisp (Required). It returns the IPicture object of the picture. It should be dully declared as IPictureDisp to be passed by reference for that the return of object can be done by it.

The fPageSetpMgrPictGetIpic() function can give the following returns:
     lRet = 0 (Success);
     lRet = 1 (Fail: Target sheet wasn’t informed or wasn’t found).
     lRet = 2 (Fail: The header/footer position informed doesn't exist or isn't supported by the Excel version in use).
     lRet = 3 (Fail: The page type informed isn't valid or isn't supported by the current Excel version).
     lRet = 4 (Fail: There is no picture in the header/footer position informed).
     lRet = 5 (Fail: Unable to restore the picture in the header/footer position informed).
     lRet = 6 (Fail: Unable to create IPicture object).
     lRet = 1001 (Fail: Installation not registered).

Example:

1 - The code below gets the IPicture object of the picture in the left header position of default printed page of the sheet 2 on active workbook. Then it uses the got IPicture object to save the picture in a file on the disk and open it on the Microsoft Paint.

Sub fPageSetpMgrPictGetIpic_Ex1()
    Dim TargetSh As Worksheet
    Dim lRet As Long
    Dim IPictRet As IPictureDisp
    Set TargetSh = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets(2)

    Dim ObjToVBA As Object
    Set ObjToVBA = Application.Run("ExcelPageSetpMgr.CreateObj")
    lRet = ObjToVBA.fPageSetpMgrPictGetIpic(TargetSh, "LeftHeader", "Default", IPictRet)

    If lRet = 0 And Not IPictRet Is Nothing Then
        Dim sSaveFile As String
        sSaveFile = ThisWorkbook.Path & "\LeftHeader.wmf"
        If Dir(sSaveFile) <> "" Then Kill sSaveFile
        SavePicture IPictRet, sSaveFile
        Shell "mspaint.exe " & sSaveFile, vbNormalFocus
    End If
    Set ObjToVBA = Nothing
End Sub

See notes about Early and Late Binding methods.

 

10 - fPageSetpMgr() Function:

This function makes it possible to show the main forms that make up the Page Setup Manager user interface from any VBA code, such as triggering commands in the Excel menu. It works synchronously, that is, the VBA code is on hold while actions are performed on the form until it is closed by the user.

   = PageSetpMgr(BotForm)

1 - BotForm As Variant (Optional. Default=1). Set the form to show:

     1 - Show the "Copy Page Settings Selectively" form.

     2 - Show the "Reset Page Settings Selectively" form.

     3 - Show the "Manage Pictures in Header/Footer" form.

The fPageSetpMgr() function can give the following returns:
     lRet = 0 (Success).

Example:

1 - The code below show the "Manage Pictures in Header/Footer" form.

Sub fPageSetpMgr_Ex1()
    Dim BotForm As Variant
    Dim lRet As Long
    BotForm = 3

    Dim ObjToVBA As Object
    Set ObjToVBA = Application.Run("ExcelPageSetpMgr.CreateObj")
    lRet = ObjToVBA.fPageSetpMgr(BotForm)

    If lRet <> 0 Then MsgBox "Error Nº: " & lRet, vbCritical, "Fail!"
    Set ObjToVBA = Nothing
End Sub

See notes about Early and Late Binding methods.

 

11 - fGetVersion() Function:

This function makes it possible to get the number of the installed version from any VBA code, returning a number in the 0.0.0 format.

   = fGetVersion()

Example:

1 - The code below calls the fGetVersion() function to verify that the installed version is updated:

Sub fGetVersion_Ex1()
    Dim sRet
    Dim vCallVerOld As Variant

    Dim ObjToVBA As Object
    Set ObjToVBA = Application.Run("ExcelPageSetpMgr.CreateObj")
    sRet = ObjToVBA.fGetVersion()

    If Err.Number <> 0 Then
        MsgBox "The 'Page Setup Manager for Excel' as COM add-in not found!"
    Else
        vCallVerOld = Split(sRet, ".")
        vCallVerOld = vCallVerOld(0) * 10 ^ 6 + vCallVerOld(1) * 10 ^ 3 + vCallVerOld(2)
        If vCallVerOld < 2000000 Then MsgBox "The 'Page Setup Manager for Excel' " & sRet & " found is old!"
        If vCallVerOld >= 2000000 Then MsgBox "The 'Page Setup Manager for Excel' " & sRet & " found is updated for this code!"
    End If
    Set ObjToVBA = Nothing
End Sub

See notes about Early and Late Binding methods.

 

Register by Purchase or Free Pass:

You can register your currently operating utility installation by a simple Serial number purchased or obtained from a Free Pass for a 30 day trial.

1 - Why and How:

When registering your installation by the Serial number, the utility is fully legal and functional. In unregistered installation, this utility is limited to reset page settings and handle the picture of the header left position only via interface.

The installation of the proper version available above for download and evaluation can be easily registered. Once installed and running, click on the 'About...' label next to the ‘Close’ button on the main utility form, insert your Serial number, and follow the instructions to get the Registration Key that will be available for copying on an Internet homepage.

To register, you must acquire one of the available serial number types: Nominal Serial or Bearer Serial.

The Nominal Serial number is for Volume Licenses for companies and costs US$20.00 for a license for 25 computers and US$0.50 for each additional computer. You must provide user information in order to allow a minimum identification. To acquire a Nominal Serial number, send an email to orlando@cpap.com.br with the minimum following information: company name, the city and country in which the company is located, and the number of computers that you want to license.

The Bearer Serial number is simpler and cheaper to purchase. It can be purchased now with a simple money transfer through Paypal international server. Additionally, you can purchase it anonymously.

This process is very secure, privative, simple, and anonymous if you so choose. Without sharing financial info or filing an official registration, you can become the owner of a Serial number that gives utility use rights to its bearer in a personal and permanent way; thus, you can sell it hereafter if you choose.

The Bearer Serial below of eigth case sensitive characters is now available to you for only US$8.00.

Serial: kMADL509

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2 - Free Pass:

You can already use the offered Serial with the Registration Key below with a free pass. The free pass enables you to test a registered and fully functional instalation freely for 30 days:

Serial: kMADL509 (Eight case sensitive characters)

Key: 779C (Four case sensitive characters)

Notes:

- To enter the Serial and the Key above, click on the 'About ..' label next to ‘Close’ button on the utility main form.

- The Serial will remain valid, but a new Key will be required after 30 days.

- If you, exceptionally, need to use it past 30 days, a new key can be obtained quickly in this dynamic link that is shown in the proper utility registration dialog box. The link is a homepage where you can obtain the Key copying or noting, because unfortunately, for security issues, this utility does not make connection with the Internet to obtain key.

- However, this is still easier and more convenient for you than trying to retrocede your computer calendar, but the best option is purchasing your Serial and getting your computer definitive Key.

- Your computer does not need to be connected to the Internet for you to be able to get a Key that has only four characters. You can type the dynamic link short address shown by the utility in the Microsoft® Internet Explorer® address bar of the other computer.

- You also can return to this page to get a new Serial and a new Key.

- Despite all these facilities, the intentional productive use of this utility out of the acceptable grace period for tests, normally 30 days, it is an illegal attitude.

 

3 - Technical Notes About Serial and Registration Key:

Buying the Serial gives you the definitive Registration Key, avoiding the necessity to get a new Key every 30 days.

When inserting the Serial of eight characters, the utility already installed makes a checksum of it, generating a new four characters that, together with the proper serial, are going to compound the dynamic link.

The dynamic link is showed in the utility dialog box exactly as it is, and the proper user, by clicking on it or copying it, inserts it into the address bar of Internet Explorer. This immediately returns a homepage with the suitable Registration Key to be copied or noted and inserted in the utility dialog box still by the proper user, because unfortunately, for security issues, this utility does not make a connection with the Internet to obtain a Key.

The Internet Explorer, or any Internet browser, does not need to be the one on your computer. It can be the browser of any other computer.

The checksum annexed to the Serial certainly does not carry any specific information from your computer due to three very simple reasons.. First, because it is a simple checksum of a string based in the proper Serial, try to change a character of the Serial and you will see that the Checksum changes, too. Secondly, because it is impossible put any valid information in, it only allows four characters. And thirdly, because it is always the same in your computer, therefore neither info part can be carried to an eventual composition.

The only purpose of the Registration Key is to avoid the Bearer Serial distribution on the Internet in an indiscriminate way. If you are a normal user and take care of your Serial, with certainty, you are not going to perceive any inconvenience, because:

- You can uninstall and install Windows and Office in your computer as many times as you want and as is necessary.

- You can format and change your computer HD.

- You can even use your computer HD in another computer and you won’t be required to get a new key.

- Your Serial can only go to required different Keys if it is used in other computers, but it is perfectly tolerable that you have one or two Desktops in the home and at work, and more one notebook and substitute them all by new ones in each six month period that your Serial returns automatically to the new state.

 

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