Well, I have used Xcel2013 for a very long time, but now I am not allow cause Microsoft’s policy on activation. So, hello Libre! But, there is this very annoying thing with the PrintMargins. I use every centimeter of room on the page.
Opening my .xlsx files and my first sheet says there is 2 pages, but actually is just one page in Xcel2013. I found the culprit is the very last column. I removed all data, cleared out formating, and zero borders yet still wants to say there are 2 pages. So, I delete the column and, voila, 1 page. Now, I don’t have enough room for all my data to fit on one sheet.
All my margins in Xcel were set to 0 so I could use as much room on the paper as possible to print on paper. Now, LibreOffice cuts off a couple rows.
Turns out, 0 margins do not actually mean 0 margins in Libre as is in Xcel.
I have large workbooks with alot of worksheets. I am going to have to reformat alot of these worksheets so to transition over to Libre.
Is there an easy fix for this? How does Libre adjust the print margins when 0 is entered for top, left, bottom, right?
Thanks for your time!