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Distortion printing gradient shapes in Excel

Posted on 2014-01-14
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I have created a Gantt chart in Excel using shapes with a gradient fill.  It looks great in excel, but when i print it distorts around the shapes.  

Please see the attached screen shot of the excel doc and a pdf of the print out.

Is there a setting or a better way to print this without the distortion?

If I remove the gradient from the shapes, it will print without distortion.
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Question by:mgmee
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theo kouwenhoven earned 500 total points
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You probably used Auto size to fit the data on the print. This cant be solved without changing your sheet.
Try to make all columns a little smaller and print at 100%
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That works.  Thanks!
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