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What is you OS?
Windows, Linux, Mac?  Which version.
What version of LO are you using? Your statement of using 3.3 since 3.4.5 is confusing. Are you using 3.5.5, 3.5.4, 3.5.3?

while someone tries to figure out the issue, if you use Windows, please download doPDF - free PDF printer software. Linux - CUPS-PDF.

With the PDF printer installed print the document to the PDF printer, like you would a paper printer.

Then see if creating a PDF that way works. If it does, then it is the PDF Exporting option. If not it may be in some generic printing option or some other issue.

I tend to use a PDF printer more than Exporting to PDF, since I "print" PDFs from many different packages and "forget" to use the Export option. I have PDF printing as my default printer.

On 07/28/2012 09:42 AM, Hylton Conacher (ZR1HPC) wrote:

I have an rainfall.ods document that has 24 tabs. Two of the tabs contain figures and the balance contain graphs of the figures.

I recently experienced a problem, it would seem after my last tab addition, that prevents me from creating a PDF file of the selected sheets(12).

The PDF export works fine on other files regarding `Export as PDF', why not on this file?

I was using LibreOffice 3.3 and have since updated to LibreOffice 3.4.5
OOO340m1 (Build:1505). Unfortunately the newer version is unable to `Export as PDF' on the selected TABS either!!

What could be wrong? There are no special characters in the sheet names bar possibly a space.

I will gladly send this file to anyone who can assist as I need to create and post to a public user mailing list a PDF at the end of the month.

Help is much appreciated

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