Responding to Tecknomage (below) re page break problem:
I have noted this same problem with manual pagebreaks in calc being ignored
in LO 3.3.1, 3.3.4, 3.3.5, and just downloaded 3.3.6 yesterday, and it has
the same behavior. It is very frustrating and a work around would be very
welcome! I have several projects stalled because I can't print the
This is for users of LibreOffice: *SEE*
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=116837 This Bug Report
which has the document listed below.
The Calc spreadsheet include was made with OpenOffice 3.2 with 3 Manual
Row-Breaks and DOES print correctly in OpenOffice 3.2, but does NOT print
correctly in LibreOffice (/nor OpenOffice 3.3/). *There should NOT be a
difference on how Manual Row-Breaks are handled.*
Users should NOT have to modify Calc spreadsheets between verisons of
LibreOffice nor OpenOffice.
The incorrect behavior of *Manual Row-Breaks *in OO 3.3+ ALSO appears in
According to a Newsgroup post there is a new RC release of LibreOffice
PLEASE, can testers test the "Spreadsheet that does NOT print Manual
3.3"bug-report, and check print results against "PDF Print - Spreadsheet
Manual Row breaks CORRECTLY Printed" above.
I am trying to assess IF the bug got corrected or NOT.
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