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XP Pro SP3+; LibreOffice 3.3.1.

This might sound unreasonable, but I've come across a glitch in Calc. I 
often like to start out by setting my Calc to be 3 pages wide, saving them 
to a printer file and they're printed at another location.
   That means I'll set the first set of columns based on input data size on 
the first row, set some Merge Cell areas, and then use View; Page Break 
Preview to see that the width appears correctly.

With just one row of data, the Page Break Preview is borked.
RESULTS: No page breaks are displayed, vertically OR horizontally. 
Vertically is determined by page height default, and width by data-occupied 
   NO page delimiters show in the Preview OR back in the Normal View mode.

WORKAROUND: Add a second row of data, or more if you're paranoid and need to 
see the full page numbers spelled out. Or, just grab the appropriate 
right-lower handle and pull the data down so there are at least two rows.

   It seems calc shouldn't care whether there are 1 or 100 rows, it should 
still create the page break preview and carry it back over to the Normal 
View, no? 2 or more rows does work correctly.
   It "might" be there, but hidden somehow. With 2 rows, you can see it, but 
not the number that denotes which page you're looking at. Or maybe it's 
start counting from 0 or 1 got overlooked?

  I searched the 'zilla but it's hard to figure what terms might find 
something like that; I think it's new.

Has anyone else encountered this?
   Any chance you could verify it?
   It's pretty quick & easy to do.


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