Excel to pdf - good quality?

aruni1

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Hi does anybody have a solution to this known issue. I've looked around but haven't found anything yet.

The problem is when exporting/saving as a pdf from Excel(2010) if you have thin cell borders they will come out as thick on the pdf, which looks awful. I've tried various ways of getting round this, but so far no luck.

Apart from using Open Office - works like a charm. But I need to be able to do this from Excel and not Open Office.

Any ideas?

Thanks.
 

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Have you tried different 'print' utilities?
For example, CutePDF or PDF Creator - there are free versions of these available.
 
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