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Take Control of Numbers by Sharon Zardetto

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Printing Spreadsheets

In Numbers, Apple chose to completely ignore its own interface for printing documents, and the result is a limited, non-intuitive, annoying setup. This is a very short chapter, but I may have spent more time on it than was spent on developing Numbers’ printing options. I shall henceforth refrain, as best I can, from complaining about what’s not available when it comes to printing a spreadsheet (except for the spoiler alert below), and show you how to use, and make the most of, available options. After taking a look at them, we’re on to Handling Headers and Footers.

Spoiler alert: There’s no way to set page breaks for tables or other elements in your document. They happen where they happen.

The Print Process

The simplicity ...

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