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Just a question re: printing a document in "brochure layout" found in the "Print" menu (tab-> "Page Layout").

I am just trying to make the routine of publishing music concert programs as easy for new office staff as possible (I am director for an early music group). One way to print the concert programs in booklet format is to have the office staff type up the concert program in Writer and at the point of printing, choose the "brochure layout" option in the Printer window tab "Page Layout". This method works perfectly and allows for any new person to the music office to just step in and print concert programs in very few steps that require practically no brochure layout knowledge -- extremely user friendly to use.

My question is, when the printed brochure comes out, there is a lot of wasted space at the top and bottom of the brochure pages. Is there a way to make use of this space? ... For example, have the printed words start higher up the page and also down the page?

I know that one could use Draw to make a brochure, but IMO, if the "brochure layout" option were tweaked enough to take advantage of the free space at the top/bottom of brochure pages, it would become an even more useful tool for occasions when brochure printing is called from a Writer document.

Is this something that could be suggested as a bug or put on a wishlist?



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