I am trying to print only selected columns which I have defined using
Format>Print Range>Define and Format>Print Range>Add.
When I check using View>Page Break all the correct columns are shown but
with large vertical gaps so what should fit on one landscape sheet is
taking three with large parts of the page left white.
I have tried moving breaks by dragging but get in a mess. Also the
preview always assumes portrait format until I set the printer to
landscape and then take paper size from printer.
There must be a better way but I am too dumb to find it. Can somebody
give me help please?
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