I have a large spreadsheet of 23 sheets of which all but two contain
full page graphs i.e. at 200% magnification the graph stretches until
column K and down to row 25.
On a monthly basis I need to select 11 of the sheets, 10 of which hold
graphs and Export as PDF into a single PDF. The 'export' works but only
on 6 pages, whilst the others are lost in the ether. The PDF created is
an Archive PDF/A, duplicate field names are allowed and View PDF after
export is selected with lossless compression of the selected sheets.
I have tried creating the PDF as a Hybrid PDF with the same results
although no warning about transparency.
Viewing in Adobe Reader afterwards only produces some of the sheets and
does not begin with the first sheet selected.
I am using Version: 126.96.36.199
Build ID: 4014ce260a04f1026ba855d3b8d91541c224eab8
CPU threads: 4; OS: Mac OS X 10.13.3; UI render: default;
Locale: en-ZA (en_ZA.UTF-8); Calc: group
Please advise as there are approximately 1500 people who receive the
graphs and could therefore want to try Libreoffice themselves.
I have searched the Bugzilla and not found one that matches so have
created a new one titled: Bug 116667 - FILESAVE: Export as PDF
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- [libreoffice-users] Calc: Export as PDF · Hylton Conacher (ZR1HPC)
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