What version of Libreoffice are you on.
When you say you want to print a section of a sheet, is that a single
section on just one sheet or sections of multiple sheets.
For me on a single sheet, sometimes the print range has some history
from previous activity.
I go Format>Print Ranges>Clear to start.
Then I highlight the range to print with the mouse and go Format>Print
Then I go to File>Print Preview to see how many pages that selected
range will print on, and if necessary adjust the top -/+ slider or page
format to suit my needs.
On 18/10/2021 16:12, John R. Sowden wrote:
In an "office" program, I made the foolish assumption that people
would understand that SS means Spread Sheet. I apologize to those who
did not grasp that.
The version of Thunderbird is 13.0 (32 bit). Again I assumed that the
instructions for a common function, that of printing a section of a SS
(see reference above) would not change from version to version.
Again, I apologize to those who were confused about the stability of
On 10/16/21 8:07 AM, Dan Lewis wrote:
On 10/15/21 8:25 PM, John R. Sowden wrote:
I went to Format->Print Range--> define. Failed
Went to Help (when all else fails) read, follow instructions, blank
screen (no examples)
What do you mean by SS? Which component of LibreOffice are you using?
What version of LibreOffice are you using?
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