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OpenOffice Calc User Guide
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Editing a print range

At any time, the print range can be directly edited with Format > Print Ranges > Edit.If you have already selected a print range, you'll see something like Figure 84.


In this example, three rectangles are selected, each separated by a semicolon. The first is bounded by cell A3 ($A$3) in the top left and cell C9 ($C$9) in the bottom right corners.Clicking anywhere in the text entry box will show the currently selected print range on the screen, with each rectangle in a different color as in Figure 85.

After making any changes, click the shrinkicon to the right of the text entry box (see Figure 83) to redisplay the rectangles with their new values.

Click the right-hand icon (a window with an arrow pointing down) to re-expand the dialog box.


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