Printing handouts in PowerPoint 2007 with graphs



I recently brought in a Power Point 2003 version presentation to PowerPoint
2007 that contains bar charts and line graphs. When I print handouts in
color, all of the graphs print with no problem. However, when I try to print
the same presentation in black and white or grayscale, only the bars or the
lines show up, in color. Neither the X or Y axis information prints out.
Does anyone have a solution to this problem, since I do not wnat to
continually print handouts in color.



Echo S

Yeah, it's a nasty problem.

Have you installed SP2 for Office 2007? I know that something has improved
the B/W in charts because I was just looking at this a few days ago, and I
see the whole chart in grayscale, not just bits and pieces. And I know it's
changed since PPT 2007 was released, because I used to see what you see.

So I'd start by installing SP2 and see if that takes care of it. If not,
holler back.

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