At 15:49 14/07/2014 -0700, Monly Ronly wrote:
I have a friend who has a spreadsheet she uses OO to manage ...
However, when it prints, it prints at about 60% size and the header
is so tiny we can barely read it. I could not find any way to 1)
change the print size of the sheet and have it stick - it defaults
back to 60% every time we open the file, and 2) get the header to
print large enough to read. It looks like it's about 20% of the
size of the rest of the printed fonts.
This is a bit of a guessing game without access to the document!
Is the header a true page header or something in a spreadsheet cell?
Page header text is formatted at Format | Page... | Header | Edit...
| A ("Text Attributes").
Cell contents can be formatted in the usual way, of course. Note in
particular Format | Cells... | Alignment | Properties | Shrink to fit
cell size: is that ticked?
Note also that everything on the printed page can be affected (in
your case possibly reduced) by the settings at Format | Page... |
Sheet | Scale. Select "Reduce/enlarge printout" for Scaling mode and
"100%" for Scaling factor as a starting point.
I trust this helps.
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