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From "Arthur Schwarz" <aschwarz1...@att.net>
Subject How do you insert a spreadsheet into a text document
Date Thu, 12 Dec 2013 03:40:20 GMT
I know about copy and paste. Works great. But, my table is 59 rows and is
organized into landscape mode. So, copy and past produces one condensed
page. 

 

What I would like is to have a couple of pages in my document in landscape
mode, the rest in portrait mode. When I go to Format -> Page -> Page I can
format for landscape mode but it formats the entire document. How do I
format just a few pages and not the entire document?

 

The second question is that I would like to copy the entire OOCalc
spreadsheet into the landscape pages and have the spreadsheet occupy more
than a single page. Copy/Paste seems to fit the OOCalc spreadsheet into a
single page. Do I use Copy/Paste or is there another way to do it (I've
looked at Insert->Object but nothing seems to apply).

 

And I guess at the bottom of the list, once the spreadsheet is inserted, I'd
like to make changes to it. Perhaps to make it a table within the text
document. I've tried the Copy/Paste into a table and that doesn't seem to
work well.

 

Thanks

art


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