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How may I turn my ODS sheet on its side? [closed]

asked 2016-01-17 21:22:36 +0100

NorthmanEh gravatar image

I fill out a job search form for social services each month. I cannot fit in all the information onto one page, and as such I have to print two pages and tape them together side by side.

Is there a way for me to simply turn the (I calling it a graph or document) on its side, so that the left side starts at the top and the right side ends at the bottom?

This way I can fit all the information I'm required to and print it out on one page.

Thank your for your time,

Craig J.

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answered 2016-01-18 21:25:01 +0100

karolus gravatar image


→ Format
→ Page
→→ Page 
→ Orientation → [x]Landscape
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answered 2016-01-18 19:36:10 +0100

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  • With the Sidebar
    • On the right of the screen, click Properties (spanner icon).
    • Then under Page, click Orientation and change to Landscape.

If you have an old version of LibreOffice or the sidebar on the right is disabled.

  • With the Menu
    • On the top of the screen, click the menu Format, then Page...
    • In the window that pops-up, click the Page tab along the top.
    • Change Orientation to Landscape.
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