Specifying pagination





1C:Enterprise applications split printed documents into pages based on the page settings, manual page breaks, and object positions. Note that a content of a single cell cannot be printed across multiple pages.

Object positions are not carried over from spreadsheet documents to final documents.

Manual page breaks. To add a horizontal page break, select a cell or a row and then, on the main menu, point to Table, point to Print Options, and click Insert Page Break. A page break is added above the selected cell or row. It is displayed as a dotted line.

To remove a horizontal page break, select a cell or a row under an existing page break and then, on the main menu, point to Table, point to Print Options, and click Remove Page Break.

To insert a vertical page break, select a column and then, on the main menu, point to Table, point to Print Options, and click Insert Page Break. A page break is added to the left of the selected column. It is displayed as a dotted line.

To remove a vertical page break, select a column to the left of the page break and then, on the main menu, point to Table, point to Print Options, and click Remove Page Break.

Object positions. You can specify a position on the page for any row, column, or a range of rows or columns. To do so, select a range, open its property palette (for cells) and then, under the Paragraph category, select or clear the Beginning of Page and Keep with Next check boxes.


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