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asked 2018-06-19 08:40:05 +0200

fellifel gravatar image

Hi everyone! I want to ask about page directions. Is it possible to change only one page to be horizontal when all the others are vertical? I am used to this using Office.

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answered 2018-06-19 10:13:21 +0200

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answered 2018-06-20 03:22:02 +0200

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In Microsoft Word, it is possible to set the page layout for each section independently, so normally what you would do is insert a Section Break (Next Page) before and after the page, and then on that page, click Page Layout > Orientation > Landscape, which would make only that page horizontal.

On the other hand, LibreOffice doesn't have sections or section breaks. Instead, it has page styles, which are pretty similar. What you can do is insert a page break before the page and set the page style to Landscape. And then insert a page break after the page and set the page style back to Default. This can be done through Insert > Manual Break... > Page break. This will make only that page landscape.

If you want to tweak the page layout further, you can edit the style through Format > Page... > Page.

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Hi ahiijny and rgb-es! Thank you so much for your answers. Now I know how to do it. This is a great way to learn things from libreoffice. Once more thakns!!

fellifel gravatar imagefellifel ( 2018-06-20 17:25:59 +0200 )edit
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