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Topic: Excel - Uniform Value Print Quality
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 117890
From: mercedes_king
Date: 8/27/2004 01:59 AM

I'm trying to create my first PDF from Excel and I'm going nuts. The file has 6 work sheets and I have ensured that they all have the same print quality settings. I have even done so by selecting all the sheets then going to Page Setup and clicking OK to ensure that EVERYTHING is the same.
But it still tells me it can't create a PDF when the worksheets have different settings for print quality.
I also get an error message about not being able to create tags etc for worksheets with header/footer size greater than top/bottom margins but I've checked at the headers and footers are all 0.6cm while the top and bottom margins are all 1cm.
Can anyone PLEASE tell me what I am doing wrong!?!
Thanks a million

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