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Brian Barker wrote

At 14:02 27/08/2012 -0700, Paul Morgan wrote:
Brian Barker wrote
Do you have a print range defined on your new sheet?  Once a print 
range is defined anywhere, only material within print ranges is 
printed (or exported to PDF).  So no other sheet will print unless 
you define print ranges (possibly encompassing entire sheets) on those

I do not have a print range on the newly created sheet, though there 
are print ranges in the sheets created in a previous version. In my 
experience with previous versions, if there were a print range on 
one sheet (example: print top two rows on all pages) it did not 
inhibit the preview/print/export to pdf of the other sheets.

You are right that the sort of print range that merely repeats some 
rows or columns of a sheet on every page does not suppress printing 
of other sheets, but print ranges that define which cells are to be 
printed (or exported) do.

Thank you, 

Anyone with any idea how to solve this problem?

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