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autocad 2010 drawing pasted in microsoft excel 2007 spread sheet not visible after converting excel

Apr 19, 2012 7:44 AM

Hello, I am having an issue with Autocad 2010 drawings not showing up in a pdf document. Normally, I cut and paste part of an Autocad 2010 drawing into a Microsoft Excel 2007 spread sheet. Then, using Adobe Distiller, I convert the Excel spread sheet into a pdf document for propriatary purposes. However, recently the drawing pasted into Excel will not fully appear on the pdf, the drawing is cut off past a certain point. The drawing will print normally in Excel, but in pdf will not print normally. If the drawing is shrunk below the "cut off" point, it appears normally. If the drawing is expanded above the "cut off" point, any additional image is lost. Any suggestions on how to fix the problem would be appreciated.

 
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    Apr 20, 2012 4:50 AM   in reply to jblairdynis

    See "[Creating, Editing & Exporting PDFs] How to correct bad PDFdisplay

    of Excel 2007 graph-Adobe ProX?" and similar discussions.  Are you

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    Hello, I am having an issue with Autocad 2010 drawings not showing

    up in a pdf document. Normally, I cut and paste part of an Autocad 2010

    drawing into a Microsoft Excel 2007 spread sheet. Then, using Adobe

    Distiller, I convert the Excel spread sheet into a pdf document for

    propriatary purposes. However, recently the drawing pasted into Excel

    will not fully appear on the pdf, the drawing is cut off past a certain

    point. The drawing will print normally in Excel, but in pdf will not

    print normally. If the drawing is shrunk below the "cut off" point, it

    appears normally. If the drawing is expanded above the "cut off" point,

    any additional image is lost. Any suggestions on how to fix the problem

    would be appreciated.

     

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