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On Tuesday, January 08, 2013 12:15:40 PM Karen DInse wrote:
We are using Windows XP, SP3, LibreOffice

We have created a Calc spreadsheet and want to show the time in the header.
When we print the sheet, the time shows military time.  Is there a way to
change that to show 12 hour time?  I know that we would have to enter am or
pm if needed.

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You should be able to add the time in the header or footer. First go to Format  
-->Page. select the Header Tab and click header on (X should appear in box, 
the Select Footer Tab and turn on footer. Next  go to  Edit --> Headers & 
Footers. You will see three areas (Left, Center and Right). Click your cursor 
in the area you want the time to appear. Then below the areas is a line called 
custom header or footer depending where you are. The last button is Time. 
Click it and you should see the time. You can also add text attributes, Title, 
sheet name, page number, pages and date. (See the note). As far as I know it 
should be available in your version for Windows. I run Linux and I have 
version 3.6.3, 3.6.4 and 4.0 Beta installed on my system. I used to use 3.4 
and this worked there. I have not used 3.5. 

Hope this helps.

openSUSE 12.2(Linux 3.4.11-2.16-desktop x86_64)|
KDE 4.9.5 "release 3"|Intel core2duo 2.5 MHZ,|8GB DDR3|GeForce

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