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I have one technical problem with printing large matrix 50x50 with lot of data. Always when I want to export .nb to .pdf, I can see just part of matrix, never all.

Is there solution for this? I need to present data, but not in a .nb file. It is easy to do scrolling left or right in a .nb file - but how to print the whole matrix to a .pdf file?

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Export to pdf via File -> Save As... exports to A4-size pdf document, but with Export[], this is not (automatically) the case.

So, if you have this data:

array = RandomInteger[{1, 100}, {50, 50}]

...this command will give you a full view of your array in a pdf document:

Export["test.pdf", Grid[array]]
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