Printing Circles that appear as Ovals


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Guest

I'm using MS Excel 200.

I have an output document that requires circular images.

ALthough the settings in the Format Picture option show the image as a circle in Normal View, when I do Print Preview or Print the output, it appears squashed as an oval rather than a circle.

Does anyone now what I can do - other than playing with the Format Picture settings to manufacture the output to be a circle upon printing.

Cheers

Marcus
 
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R

RagDyeR

Sorry - this is no answer, but here's a thread that might convince you to
not waste your time looking!
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Regards,

RD
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I'm using MS Excel 200.

I have an output document that requires circular images.

ALthough the settings in the Format Picture option show the image as a
circle in Normal View, when I do Print Preview or Print the output, it
appears squashed as an oval rather than a circle.

Does anyone now what I can do - other than playing with the Format Picture
settings to manufacture the output to be a circle upon printing.

Cheers

Marcus
 
R

RagDyeR

Let's try that again:

http://tinyurl.com/2dq4z
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Regards,

RD
--------------------------------------------------------------------
Please keep all correspondence within the Group, so all may benefit !
--------------------------------------------------------------------

I'm using MS Excel 200.

I have an output document that requires circular images.

ALthough the settings in the Format Picture option show the image as a
circle in Normal View, when I do Print Preview or Print the output, it
appears squashed as an oval rather than a circle.

Does anyone now what I can do - other than playing with the Format Picture
settings to manufacture the output to be a circle upon printing.

Cheers

Marcus
 
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