Who did you think you are shouting at?
Did you imagine Microsoft or Adobe were reading here? Sorry to burst your
bubble, but there's no-one here but us fellow users.
Some of us have ideas about things we would like the Microsoft Corporation
to do, also. But we don't work there, and we have no say in the matter.
We come in here trying to offer fellow users a way to use the software the
way Microsoft made it. Nobody pays us for this: we are just trying to help
people because it makes us feel good.
At least, it makes us feel good except when ungrateful types shout at us...
have the same problem.
I contacted Adobe and they said that the problem is with the WAY EXCEL SENDS
THE WORKSHEETS TO ADOBE ACROBAT. This means that technically the problem is
with the way Excel has been designed. i confirmed this for myself when i
created another workbook in IWorks' Numbers and it printed the whole worksheet
as one pdf file without any problem.
The workaround you've prescribed is TOO LONG A PROCESS WHEN I CAN JUST DO ONE
CLICK IN OTHER PRODUCTS AND GET THE RESULT THAT I WANT.
I (AND I'M SURE MANY EXCEL FOR MAC USERS) WILL REALLY APPRECIATE THIS PROBLEM
BEING FIXED INSTEAD OF BEING TOLD TO DO A TEN CLICK AND PROCESSES WORKAROUND.
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John McGhie, Microsoft MVP (Word, Mac Word), Consultant Technical Writer,
McGhie Information Engineering Pty Ltd
Sydney, Australia. | Ph: +61 (0)4 1209 1410
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