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sORRY TO KEEP BEATIN G THIS HORSE.  i TRIED THE SELECT AN  AREA LAST NIGHT, IT WORKED, BUT iT DID NOT PRINT.  Now it won't print.  I went to setting in the ubuntu menu and sent a test page-it worked fine(cable was plugged in!.  But I can't get anyting to print.  I deleted all of the other sheets in this file, tried again, no printing, I also deleted the part that I didn't want to nbe printed so there was no 'selection', still no printing.  By no printing, I mean that when I click on "print" in the print section of LO calc, nothing happend.  My printer does not respond.  No error showed in LO, like I was printing to a non-existant printer.

Sorry for the caps earlier - not shouting.


On 10/19/21 11:14 AM, Brian Barker wrote:
At 18:20 19/10/2021 +0200, Philip Jackson wrote:
On 19/10/2021 14:05, Brian Barker wrote:
The documentation thinks it is a bug. Under "Using print ranges", it says: "You can define which range of cells on a spreadsheet are to be printed or exported to a PDF. The cells on the sheet that are not part of the defined print range are not printed or exported. Also, any sheets without a defined print range are not printed or exported."

I find it exports to pdf as advertised. If I select and define a range on one of the sheets, just that gets exported ...

Good: so you are disagreeing with the original claim (which I did not check). In that case, there's no bug.

Brian Barker

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