Edit Print Ranges

Opens a dialogue where you can specify the print range. You can also set the rows or columns which are to be repeated in every page.

To access this command...

Choose Format - Print Ranges - Edit.


Printing Rows or Columns on Every Page

Defining Print Ranges on a Sheet

Print range

Allows you to modify a defined print range.

Select -none- to remove a print range definition for the current spreadsheet. Select -entire sheet- to set the current sheet as a print range. Select -selection- to define the selected area of a spreadsheet as the print range. By selecting -user-defined-, you can define a print range that you have already defined using the Format - Print Ranges - Define command. If you have given a name to a range using the Sheet - Named Ranges and Expressions - Define command, this name will be displayed and can be selected from the list box.

In the right-hand text box, you can enter a print range by reference or by name. If the cursor is in the Print range text box, you can also select the print range in the spreadsheet with your mouse.

Shrink / Maximise

Click the Shrink icon to reduce the dialog to the size of the input field. It is then easier to mark the required reference in the sheet. The icons then automatically convert to the Maximize icon. Click it to restore the dialog to its original size.

The dialogue is automatically minimised when you click into a sheet with the mouse. As soon as you release the mouse button, the dialogue is restored and the reference range defined with the mouse is highlighted in the document by a blue frame.

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Shrink

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Maximise

Rows to repeat

Choose one or more rows to print on every page. In the right text box enter the row reference, for example, "1" or "$1" or "$2:$3". The list box displays -user defined-. You can also select -none- to remove a defined repeating row.

You can also define repeating rows by dragging the mouse in the spreadsheet, if the cursor is in the Rows to repeat text field in the dialogue.

Shrink / Maximise

Click the Shrink icon to reduce the dialog to the size of the input field. It is then easier to mark the required reference in the sheet. The icons then automatically convert to the Maximize icon. Click it to restore the dialog to its original size.

The dialogue is automatically minimised when you click into a sheet with the mouse. As soon as you release the mouse button, the dialogue is restored and the reference range defined with the mouse is highlighted in the document by a blue frame.

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Shrink

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Maximise

Columns to repeat

Choose one or more columns to print on every page. In the right text box enter the column reference, for example, "A" or "AB" or "$C:$E". The list box then displays -user defined-. You can also select -none- to remove a defined repeating column.

You can also define repeating columns by dragging the mouse in the spreadsheet, if the cursor is in the Columns to repeat text field in the dialogue.

Shrink / Maximise

Click the Shrink icon to reduce the dialog to the size of the input field. It is then easier to mark the required reference in the sheet. The icons then automatically convert to the Maximize icon. Click it to restore the dialog to its original size.

The dialogue is automatically minimised when you click into a sheet with the mouse. As soon as you release the mouse button, the dialogue is restored and the reference range defined with the mouse is highlighted in the document by a blue frame.

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Shrink

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Maximise

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