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Hi :)
I am sorry that no-one seems to be able to help you with the print range issue.  It might not help 
but Chapter 11 of the Getting Started guide covers some aspects of printing
I was wondering if you set the print range and then don't save before closing down.  It might not 
flag up as a change so the save symbol might stay greyed-out.  
Regards from
Tom :)

--- On Thu, 15/3/12, Ron Gregor <> wrote:

From: Ron Gregor <>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Print range not always loading
Date: Thursday, 15 March, 2012, 17:12

I just tried to type one of our spreadsheets into a new ods file. I entered the formulas and text 
exactly as the original and did cell borders. I didn't change font settings (size, bold...). I 
enter hard values for the 3 cells we use for external links. I set the print range and then closed 
an opened the file a few times and the print range loaded every time. Once I added one of the links 
that pull a number from another ods file save and close. When opened the print range is gone.

I created a new ods file and put the same 3 links in it and typed random text. This file so far 
loads the print range every time. It seems I have some special combination that blocks the print 
range from loading sometimes.

Thanks, Ron Gregor

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