Currently Being ModeratedJan 13, 2013 8:32 AM (in response to Jankellis)
The two questions use the same basic answer. In OS X, printing an Object Selection is easily handled in Preview.app, and the native file type there is PDF.
Here's the procedure:
Select the cell range in Numbers and Command-C to copy it to the Clipboard
Launch or switch to Preview.app
Command-N to create a PDF file from the Clipboard content
Command-P to Print
Command-S to save the PDF file
Currently Being ModeratedJan 13, 2013 9:21 AM (in response to Jankellis)
There's another answer, though Jerry's works just fine. I'm just offering a different way to look at the problem.
If the cells you're selecting are complete row(s), you can use the "Show" feature to limit what rows are seen on screen ... then just a regular print or save-as-pdf in the print dialog box will work.
Hover on the letter indicator of any column (A, B, etc.), and click on the small triangle that's on the right. Click on "Show More Options" and the 2nd option is "Show rows that match the following". Set up whatever criteria you need. Click the box and =presto= the other rows disappear. They're still there, usable for any calcuations, but unseen.
You can also "unsee" any specific columns you dont' want visable. Again, just hover over the column letter and click on the triangle. "Hide this column" will do the trick.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 13, 2013 11:00 AM (in response to vjdjr)
"You can also "unsee" any specific columns you dont' want visable. Again, just hover over the column letter and click on the triangle. "Hide this column" will do the trick."
Also applies to several adjoining columns (or adjoining rows). Select the columns, reveal the triangle on one of them, and select Hide Columns from the pop-up menu.