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I would like to expand Pedro's answer a little:

  1. In Calc, left-click once on the chart to select it.
  2. Right-click and select "Position and Size..."
  3. Write down the values of Width and Height for the chart.
  4. Open a new drawing in Draw (from Calc select File > New > Drawing).
  5. In Draw, select Format > Page..., and set all margins to zero. Then, in the Paper Format section, select "user" as Format, and set the page Width and Height to the values of the chart.
  6. Go to the Calc window, select the chart and copy it.
  7. Go back to the Draw window and paste the chart. It should occupy the whole page.
  8. Now you can export the drawing (File > Export...) to several different formats. You can even choose a vector format if that is the best option for later use.

Note: I haven't tried all the export formats, but in my tests this worked well with PNG (bitmap) and SVG (vector).

I would like to expand Pedro's LiboV's answer a little:

  1. In Calc, left-click once on the chart to select it.
  2. Right-click and select "Position and Size..."
  3. Write down the values of Width and Height for the chart.
  4. Open a new drawing in Draw (from Calc select File > New > Drawing).
  5. In Draw, select Format > Page..., and set all margins to zero. Then, in the Paper Format section, select "user" as Format, and set the page Width and Height to the values of the chart.
  6. Go to the Calc window, select the chart and copy it.
  7. Go back to the Draw window and paste the chart. It should occupy the whole page.
  8. Now you can export the drawing (File > Export...) to several different formats. You can even choose a vector format if that is the best option for later use.

Note: I haven't tried all the export formats, but in my tests this worked well with PNG (bitmap) and SVG (vector).