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OpenOffice Calc User Guide
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Page

This is the area were you can edit the overall appearance of the page and its layout. The available options are shown in Figure 110.

Frame313

Paper Format

Here you can set a generic paper type to be used. Letter or A4 are most common but you can also use legal, tabloid, envelope sizes, or user-defined paper types. You can also define the orientation of the page and which print tray for the paper to come from.

Margins

Here you can set the margins for the page.

Layout Settings

Here you can specify whether to apply the formatting to right (odd) pages only, left (even) pages only, or both right and left pages that use the current page style.

Mirrored formats the pages as if you want to bind the printed pages like a book.

The first page of a document is assumed to be an odd page.

Format

This area specifies the page numbering style for this page style.

Table alignment

This option specifies the alignment options for the cells on a printed page, either horizontal or vertical.

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