Some of the leftmost borders are omitted when exported to PDF.
Renaming a sheet named "Sheet1" to "Sheet 1", should update formulas references to it to 'Sheet 1!' (notice single quotes), which it does not. The formula =SUM(Sheet1!A2:C2) changes to the invalid expression =SUM(Sheet 1!A2:C2). This breaks formulas referencing that sheet.
Iterate all cells with formulas in the workbook and add single quotes to the beginning and end of sheet name reference. The attached project changes the name of Sheet1 and then fixes all formula references to it by enclosing its name in single quotes.
SpreadProcessing: Upon export, sheet reference in formulas such as VLOOKUP is lost when using whole row/column references.
For example the formula
=VLOOKUP("test",Sheet1!A:C,1,0) is exported as
The values applied to the row/column should be explicitly set on each used cell as well. Otherwise, if they are applied on row/column only, the used cells don't use the desired values when opening the document.
Observed: All cells except A1 have the specified color.
Workaround: Use cell selection, e.g.:
The format applied to the first value of the range of the chart determines the format of the value (vertical) axis. If the format of this value is changed, the model attempts to set a new format to the axis. If the chart does not support axes, the value of its PrimaryAxes property is null, which causes NullReferenceException.