Use this dialog to specify how to print worksheet graphs. For example, you might want Discoverer to adjust the scaling to fit a large graph onto one printed page.
Note: This tab is displayed when a worksheet has a graph currently displayed or the Graph check box on the "Print dialog" is selected.
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Use these options to specify a graph size. For example, if a graph is too large to fit on a printed page, you might reduce the size of the graph to fit the page. For an illustrated example of graph scaling, see "About Page Setup options for graphs").
Use this option to print the graph in the same proportion to the worksheet data as displayed on screen. If a large graph does not fit on a printed page, Discoverer crops the graph.
Fit to page
Use this option to change the size of the graph so that it fits exactly on a single printed page without being cropped. For example, you might want a small graph to fill a full page of A4 paper.
Preserve the Ratio of Height and Width
Use this check box to maintain the proportions of the graph when it is resized. For example, if a graph is 20 cm by 20 cm in full size and the available print area is 10 cm by 30 cm (on A4 portrait), selecting this check box would reduce the graph size to 10 cm by 10 cm. If you clear this check box, Discoverer would resize the graph to 10cm by 30cm (if the available print area is 10 cm by 30 cm on A4 portrait).
Preserve the Actual Font Size
Use this check box to maintain the font size when the graph is resized. If a large graph is reduced in size to fit on a a page of A4 paper, you might want to maintain a font size of 14 to make the graph labels readable. If you clear this check box and reduce the size of a graph, the graph labels might be too small to read.
Use this button to display the "Print Preview dialog", which enables you to check that the layout is correct before you print the worksheet.
Use this button to close the Page Setup dialog and return to the previous dialog. Discoverer applies the Page Setup options for the current session. To save the Page Setup options permanently for the selected worksheet, you must save the workbook (for more information, see "How to save workbooks").