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Solved: printed graph missing some Y axis and header

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by iem10, Dec 22, 2011.

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  1. iem10

    iem10 Thread Starter

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    Hi, I have a user on a XP pc with Office 2007. He is having problems when he is printing a graph - some of the details on the Y axis are missing and also the graph header (see example2). Looks OK in print preview and also if he prints to a PDF file (see example1). Same result when he tries otehr printers from the same pc and old files containing graphs have the same problem. If he selects the graph and prints, then it prints OK but this is not really an option when he has multiple pages with multiple graphs.

    The same documents on 2 other PCs prints OK.

    Any ideas on what is causing this ?

    -iem
     

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  2. agcon2

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    I had that same problem. I uninstalled the Excel updates I had automatically installed on 12/15 and the problem went away.
     
  3. iem10

    iem10 Thread Starter

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    Thanks - I actually solved the problem last night by upgrading the user to Office 2010 !
     
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