There is no current ETA of when it will be done, but this is being worked on. Graphic object rotation: There is currently no facility to allow basic rotation of a graphic object within Writer. Hopefully this is somewhat clearer now. I need to rotate the orientation of the entire table on the page.
Rotating just the text won't help. There should be a button for this. Seems like something that would be usefull. I've tried to figure it out several times and have never come up with an answer. Sounds like you might want to file an enhancement bug and provide as much information about this new feature as possible.
Don't forget to mark your bug as an 'enhancement'. This will rotate the text but not the table itself - which sounds like what you really want to do.
I don't see a way to rotate the table itself. If anyone knows how to or if it is even possible to rotate the table itself I would like to know as well. In I was able to add a table inside a text box and rotate the table, such that the table headings were at the left side. With LO 4. I believe that rotated tables should have the header towards the left side.
That way, the author can link several text boxes one for every page and the table con overflow from one box to the other. That's what I obtained in If you place your text in a table you can go 90 degrees one direction and degrees the other which ends up as degrees mirrored text. I was able to use this technique on mail merged text fields to print my labels upside down on the back page. I know how to edit I'm trying to find out how to rotate the document so it's sideways on the page.
Are you trying to rotate the page it self, or the chart on the page?
Recently, I was writing a Word document and I came across an interesting problem! I had about 20 pages in the Word doc, but I needed only. Newer versions Office To print individual pages and a range of pages ( like page 3, and pages ) at the same time, Depending on the printer model, you might have to rotate and reorder the pages to print the other side of the stack.
I'm sorry, I'm just not following. How can I center the document in a Writer window?
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