TWO bugs of the same nature:
1)I feel the page-break view has a bug in that : suppose there are only two sheets and both have only one page each in them and when we select all the two sheets the page break view should re-designate the water marked page number revised to reflect the selected sheets and its order ie. the 2nd sheet page should be "Page 2" ......... instead of " Page 1" and it should be accordingly reflected as many sheets and pages are there ...........
2) The pages while in the page break preview lists the pages 1 to n depending upon the order vertically or horizontally. But when the page-break-preview it should reflect the page number from which we suppose to start with ie. instead of starting with a page no. of 1 suppose we put 4 and tick mark the Format--> Page Style --> Sheet --> First page Number selection, then it should be pages 4 to n+3
Operating System: All
Version: 126.96.36.199 release
*** Bug 76086 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Hmm, the point of this bug report seems clear for nobody.
Please attach a test document and describe step by step how to reproduce the problem.
Best regards. JBF
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Screenshot of pagination with "Page Break" view
1) Have 2 worksheets
2) Fill both in with data so that it would not fit two pages
3) View → Page break to see pagination
4) Admire your hard work or just open the attached screenshot.
Requests in order:
1) The page numbers on sheet 2 should continue from where they ended on sheet 1. (Notice the gray "Page 1" should in this case be "Page 2" or more).
2) It should also take into account the "First page number" in Format → Page dialog. So the number in screenshot should be "Page 5" or more.
What we need to consider is that page numbers depend on the amount of sheets printed. If for "Range and Copies" you select "All sheets" the first page number (usually 1) will be on sheet 1. If you print "Selected sheets" (by default) it may as well be on any other page.
It's not a technical question whether the page numbers in print should start from 1 for a new sheet or continue the numeration. Right now the user can have it both ways.
I think the current behaviour is just fine, because there is no good way to know in advance if the user is going to print all sheets or only selected sheets.
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Screenshot of printing dialog
For the reasons stated above I will mark this as resolved, wontfix.
(The reason was it is right now not possible to know before printing which numbers we should be showing.)