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OpenOffice Calc User Guide
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Use the scale features to control the number of pages the data will print on. This can be useful if a large amount of data needs to be printed smaller, or. if the reader has poor eyesight text can be enlarged when it prints.

  • Reduce/Enlarge printout – scale the data in the printout either larger or smaller. For example if a sheet would normally print out as four pages (two high and two wide), a scaling of 50% would print as one page (both width and height are halved).

  • Fit print range(s) on number of pages - define exactly how many pages the printout will take up. This option will only reduce a printout, it will not enlarge it. To enlarge a printout, the reduce/enlarge option must be used.

  • Fit print range(s) to width/height – define how high and wide the printout will be, in pages.

OpenOffice Calc User Guide
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