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This is about page breaks in a text document ('Writer').
To force a page break aboive the current row / in front of the current column you need to use

'Sheet' > 'Insert Page Break' in Versions strat6ing with 5.0. Older versions list the menu item under > 'Insert'.

This The hint you found is about page breaks in a text document ('Writer').
To force a page break aboive the current row / in front of the current column you need to use

'Sheet' > 'Insert Page Break' in Versions strat6ing with 5.0. Older versions list the menu item under > 'Insert'.

The hint you found is about page breaks in a text document ('Writer').
To force a page break aboive above the current row / in front of the current column you need to use

'Sheet' > 'Insert Page Break' in Versions strat6ing with 5.0. Older versions list the menu item under > 'Insert'.

The hint you found is about page breaks in a text document ('Writer').
To force a page break above the current row / in front of the current column you need to use

> 'Sheet' > 'Insert Page Break' in Versions strat6ing with 5.0. Older versions list the menu item under > 'Insert'.

The hint you found is about page breaks in a text document ('Writer').
To force a page break above the current row / in front of the current column you need to use > 'Sheet' > 'Insert Page Break' in Versions strat6ing with 5.0. 5.0 or higher. Older versions list the menu item under > 'Insert'.

The hint you found is about page breaks in a text document ('Writer').
To force a page break for the printing of a Calc sheet above the current row / in front of the current column you need to use > 'Sheet' > 'Insert Page Break' in Versions 5.0 or higher. Older versions list the menu item under > 'Insert'.