Hi. Is this just on screen or printing also.
I suggest you make sure you are using a system font not supplied with
Libreoffice so that will be constant, record row height and right click
a cell, Format Cells..>Boarders and record padding.
And see if any of these change next time
On 15/02/2021 01:39, Mike Flannigan wrote:
This is the right place. I suggest you record
the width of your columns now, and then again
after the next update to confirm they are changing
I hope this is the right group.
After every LibreOffice update I have to fiddle with my calc rows to
get them to scroll right. Is there a way to prevent this?
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