I ran your code on my Win2000adv without any problems either. Jmcnamara
has the right of it, though. You will
need to cast some of the properties as Variants to insure that you will get what you expect, especially the 'Zoom' property in this case.
I'll add an example of variant use like this to my tutorial -- Must have slipped by me.
my $vtfalse = Variant(VT_BOOL, 0);
my $vtpages = Variant(VT_I4, 1);
'LeftHeader'=> "REPORT #DW2009A\rSummary Place of Service",
'CenterHeader' => "Empty",
'RightHeader' => "Test Report",
'LeftFooter' => "Done",
'CenterFooter' => "Now",
'Orientation' => xlLandscape,
'RightFooter' => "OK",
'PrintTitleRows' => "1:1");
Update: Upon further investigation, I found that I *had* include an example of fitting a sheet to one page in the tutorial (including the 'Zoom'), but *hadn't* used VT_I4 types in the FitToPages(Wide|Tall) properties.
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