Error Printing PDFs OR MDIs with PivotTables


G

Guest

In the Excel Beta, CONSISTENTLY (even with denovo-(re)created workbooks),
EVERY page, when attempting to print to a pdf or mdi format -- the file
prints -- but corrupts the workSHEET -- & inserts a row height of 409.5.
EITHER the pdf or mdi are USELESS (although the FIRST -- & sometimes the LAST
-- page seems to print correctly).


I have Acrobat 7.0 Professional installed.

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G

Guest

This problem / issue is NOT being caught -- or reported -- with the Microsoft
Error Reporting feature; thus, I am reporting it on this forum -- as it is
VERY problematic -- & MUST be fixed.
 
G

Guest

Sample pdf, mdi -- or corrupted worksheet (with 409.5 row heights) -- is
available if MS wants to see samples...
 
G

Guest

This CLEARLY is a BUG -- as I have just successfully printed MULTIPLE
PivotTable out using Acrobat 7.0 -- AFTER saving the file in Excel 2003
(.xls) format -- & then opening & printing the worksheets in Excel 2003.
 
N

Nick Hodge

You need not worry about the bug as Save as PDF will no longer ship with the
RTM product due to issues with Adobe

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HTH
Nick Hodge
Microsoft MVP - Excel
Southampton, England
www.nickhodge.co.uk
(e-mail address removed)
 
G

Guest

THIS is called PROGRESS ???

So, what will one do when they need to 'package up' a 'portable' print
version of a worksheet ???

Is that what msi is all about ???

In any event, you may note that the msi format FAILED as well -- so, imo,
there IS a REAL BUG (lurking somewhere) here...
 
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