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Printing Incomplete When Printing Graphs in Excel

Posted on 2012-04-05
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When I do a Print Preview, my graphs are complete with all data labels, axis titles, chart titles, gridlines, etc.  When I print to my printer or to a .pdf (e.g., using Adobe PDF), I only get my gridlines, my 7 graphed lines usually with all of my x-axis labels and sometimes a few of my data labels (basically just my 7 graphed lines with nothing else).  I do not get my data labels, y-axis titles, chart titles, etc.

I do monthly reports like this, and this problem just started a couple of months ago.

I have attached an example.

I am using MS Office Excel 2007 on a Windows 7 64-bit machine with 8GB of RAM.

Any clues?
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If you are using PCL6 drivers, try switching to PCL5 drivers.  PCL5 tends to be less buggy.
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