I'm just drawing a big blank here...this is a recurring issue (Office 2007, 2003, and I think even before that) that must be documented somewhere but apparently my search language differs from the normal language of frustration. Essentially, a cell with approx. 30-50 characters (no text wrap needed) can be entered into a cell and appears just fine on the screen and in print preview. I think that the font is normally Times New Roman or Times...but can't verify that now. But when you actually print (to pdf or live printer), a couple of letters on the right side of the cell disappear/don't print. The immediate answer is to either extend the cell beyond where it appears to end (even though it doesn't appear to need it onscreen) OR to add a few spaces to end (right side) of the cell.
Does anyone know what causes this phenomenon? OR... can you give me some language that would detect the end of a cell's contents and add a few spaces to the end to make the problem go away. Keep in mind that if one cell in a column is affected, all of the others will be, too. So it would need to review all cells within a column of text...never seen it with numbers.
As always, your assistance is most definitely appreciated.