At 15:42 28/07/2012 +0200, Hylton Conacher 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?
At 18:12 29/07/2012 +0200, Hylton Conacher wrote:
Further to this issue it would seem that only the last created graph
is being exported (but this is NOT the last selected Tab) as when I
view the exported PDF, only a single page shows, instead of approx 12.
Easy - now that I've looked at the document. You have a print range
defined on sheet 20 of 24 ("Ann Monthly Comp"). You may be assuming
that - since this print range is set to "entire sheet" - that it will
have no effect on the output, but that is not so. If you have a
print range set anywhere in your document, it affects the whole
document, and no other sheets will print except where they, too, have
print ranges defined. And print ranges, it seems, apply equally to
Export as PDF as to Print itself.
Remove the print range from the rogue sheet (Format | Print Ranges >
| Remove) and everything is hunky-dory.
I trust this helps.
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