Le 2014-11-02 10:24, Brad Rogers a écrit :
On Sun, 02 Nov 2014 09:51:35 -0500
Marc Paré <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Are there any tips that I am missing as far as making sure the page
prints off okay to a US letter size? Thus far it prints either too wide
or too long for the page, and, it seems like fitting on a particular
page size is more of a trial and error exercise.
My opinion, FWIW;
To me, it seems like you're using the wrong tool for presenting your data. It's fine to do the
"grunt" work in Calc, but it's easier to
present the output in Writer. Possibly in tabular form. You can cut
the cell(s) you want and "Paste Special - Link" into the correct place
in Writer. This has the beauty that, if anything changes in the
spreadsheet, that change is reflected in the Writer document.
Ah! So this is perhaps what I am looking for, and, you are right,
obviously the wrong tool.
So, just to get it straight, if, for example, my first 3 sheets are
arranged for input and reporting on monitor only, Instead of having
"sheet 4" set up to output to a printer, I could then have the data
display and print according to a page format in Writer? Do I then need
to have the same writer page open at the same time as the spreadsheet to
have the data display on all sheets?
Thanks for the help.
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