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[libreoffice-users] OO question - problem printing spreadsheet


I realize this isn't the OpenOffice list, but I haven't used OO since
LO came out.

I have a friend who has a spreadsheet she uses OO to manage on a Win7
(old and really slow) system. She did something to it, she's not sure
what, and a bunch of cells got moved around. I fixed that, but it is
printing really strangely.

Initially it wouldn't print at all until I found the print properties
box to pick what selection to print by default and changed that to
"all sheets."

However, when it prints, it prints at about 60% size and the header is
so tiny we can barely read it. I could not find any way to 1) change
the print size of the sheet and have it stick - it defaults bck to 60%
every time we open the file, and 2) get the header to print large
enough to read. It looks like it's about 20% of the size of the rest
of the printed fonts.

She's using OO version 3 (I didn't get the exact revision).

I'm probably going to recommend she upgrade to a new revision of LO
(I'm using 4.2.5 and liking it just fine).

Any suggestions on what might help until then?

Thanks.
MR

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Re: [libreoffice-users] OO question - problem printing spreadsheetTom Davies <tomcecf@gmail.com>
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