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Color chart in Word 2007 prints as a black box

I edited a chart in a 2003 document using our new Word 2007, but saving it as a 97-2003 document. When I printed it, it just printed black box instead of the chart.

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  • Anonymous Jan 12, 2009

    Just wanted to add, even if you save the Word and Excel 2003 files as 2007 files, a black box still prints. Most times relinking or reimporting the files after saving them as 2007, it resolves this problem, but... not always. I say this one should be pushed back to Microsoft to get it right, for we should have to recreate or redo the files, its just not efficient! Wouldn't you agree?

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Have you tried saving the document as a 2007-document, and printing it out after that?

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One of our staff members had a chart that they have embedded in a Word 03 document. The text on the Y axis is in reverse order, but when the chart is double-clicked, the text it is correct. When printed to Acrobat, the chart is black.

I saved as Office 2007, with no better success, but the text (compatibility mode) did not disappear from the heading of the document even though I saved as a docx.

I saved once more, this time making sure the Maintain Compatibility checkbox under the file type was not checked. The chart corrected itself on-screen and it printed correctly.

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