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How to use _Excel_Print/Export function with a specific tab in a sheet


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Hi. I need to save to pdf and print a specific range of fields from a specific (inactive) tab in a sheet. I wrote the code below but the function works only on the active tab.

#include <Excel.au3>

;MASTER TEMPLATE
Local $oExcelTEMPLATEmaster = _Excel_Open(False, False, False, False, True)
Local $sciezkaTEMPLATEmaster = @ScriptDir & "\MASTER_template.xlsx"
Local $workbookTEMPLATEmaster = _Excel_BookOpen($oExcelTEMPLATEmaster, $sciezkaTEMPLATEmaster)
Local $sOutput = @ScriptDir & "\ExcelToPDF.pdf"

;PRINT and EXPORT
_Excel_Print($oExcelTEMPLATEmaster, "A1:Y67")
_Excel_Export($oExcelTEMPLATEmaster, "A1:Y67", $sOutput)

MASTER_template.xlsx has tabs "PRINT", "TEMPLATE", "USERS", "SAP". When I quit editing the excel file I leave the "TEMPLATE" tab active but I want to export and print from the "PRINT" tab.
Is there a way to use this function with other than active tab and cell range?

MASTER_template.xlsx

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Add the name of the sheet e.g. "PRINT!A1:Y67"

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