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At 09:51 02/11/2014 -0500, Marc Paré wrote:
I am just creating a spreadsheet with calculations of costs for some music projects. It uses a series of sheet (4) and on the last sheet I would like it to print off on a single US Letter size page. I am curious, how does one make sure that the printed lines all end up on one page?

o Select either all the material on the last sheet - or else the entire last sheet (by clicking the square where the row and column headers meet).
o Go to Format | Print Ranges > | Define.
o Go to Format | Page... | Sheet | Scale. For "Scaling mode" select "Fit print range(s) on number of pages" and for "Number of pages" select 1.

It seems to me that Calc has a very poor WYSIWYG representation of a printed page (unlike Writer and Impress). [...] Is there a way to have the sheets show as pages rather than just a series of unlimited rows and columns?

Have you tried both File | Page Preview and View | Page Break Preview? An alternative way to achieve the above is to use Page Break Preview and then to drag the page break appropriately - in this case to the foot of the data.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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