property Chart.StartPrintDate as Variant
Retrieves or sets a value that indicates the printing start date.

 TypeDescription 
   Variant A DATE expression that specifies the ending date to print the chart. The get method always retrieves a DATE expression. When calling the set method of the StartPrintDate property, it can be a string, a DATE or any other expression that can be converted to a date.  
The StartPrintDate property indicates the starting date to print the chart. By default, the StartPrintDate property computes the required start date so the entire chart is displayed, if the StartPrintDate was not specified before. For instance, if you set the StartPrintDate property on "Jan 1 2001", the StartPrintDate property retrieves the "Jan 1 2001" date and does not compute the required start date. If you have specified a value for the StartPrintDate but you still need to get the required start date being computed, set the StartPrintDate property on 0, and calling the next method get of StartPrintDate property computes the required start date to print the chart. Use the EndPrintDate property to specify the end date to print the chart. Use the CountVisibleUnits property to count the number of units within the specified range. Use the FirstVisibleDate property to specify the first visible date of the chart when displaying on the screen.


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