Linux Journal: Printing in OpenOffice.org Calc, Part I: Page Styles
Nov 21, 2006, 12:15 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Spreadsheets are primarily used online. For this reason,
printing them can be challenging even to experienced users.
However, OpenOffice.org offers more help than most spreadsheets
with printing, starting with the introduction of page styles. In
this entry, I'll explain how Calc page styles can help with
printing spreadsheets. In Part II, I'll continue by explaining the
other tools available for printing in Calc.
"If you use page styles in Writer, seeing them in Calc can be
deceptive. Calc page styles have many of the same options as they
do in Writer, and, on some tabs for style settings, you might
almost believe you were in Writer. Yet the truth is, page styles
offer fewer advantages in Calc than in Writer. Nor are they nearly
as easy to setup and use..."