I don't have a printer connected at the moment however I think you need to
* select the relevant cells
* either CTRL+P or File->Print
* in "range and copies" use "selected cells"
and you are good to go. I printed to a file and this approach worked fine.
On 03/04/15 12:46, charles meyer wrote:
For those of you using Libre Calc…
In Excel you can highlight the rows and columns with the mouse and
print just what you highlighted.
That doesn’t seem to work in Libre Calc.
I highlighted the rows and columns I wanted to print and right clicked
but there was no option to print just those areas.
Otherwise, it wants to print 3 pages of what appears all on one page
as 4 columns.
Your thoughts and help are appreciated.
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