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Documents commonly render differently from machine to machine, whether different versions, fonts, operating systems or software.

The typical solution is to transfer in a printer-ready format such as PDF.

To make it more likely to stay on one page, you could remove some of the document content or otherwise make it smaller so that there's more unused space at the bottom.

Another solution is to use styles that keep paragraphs together rather than hard page breaks. Then LibreOffice can automatically determine where page breaks should be and adjust for each machine. However, that doesn't apply if you're trying to keep everything on a single page.

Documents commonly render differently from machine to machine, whether different versions, fonts, settings, operating systems or software.

The typical solution is to transfer in a printer-ready format such as PDF.

To make it more likely to stay on one page, you could remove some of the document content or otherwise make it smaller so that there's more unused space at the bottom.

Another solution is to use styles that keep paragraphs together rather than hard page breaks. Then LibreOffice can automatically determine where page breaks should be and adjust for each machine. However, that doesn't apply if you're trying to keep everything on a single page.

Documents commonly render differently from machine to machine, whether different versions, fonts, settings, operating systems or software.

The typical solution is to transfer in a printer-ready format such as PDF.

To make it more likely to stay on one page, you could remove some of the document content or otherwise make it smaller so that there's more unused space at the bottom.

Another solution is to use styles that keep paragraphs together rather than hard page breaks. See the various options under Format -> Paragraph -> Text Flow. Then LibreOffice can automatically determine where page breaks should be and adjust for each machine. However, that doesn't apply if you're trying to keep everything on a single page.