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When I print a spreadsheet in Calc (latest version), it keeps adding the name of my current sheet to the top, and a page number to the bottom of my print out.

How do I turn this off?

P.S. I am running it on Mac OS X 10.6.4 Snow Leopard.

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Go to "Format" , "Page...", Header/Footer to set up the pages how you want them

Edit 2015 I´m using Libre Office these days but a similar set of commands works there too. I´m suprised this answer still gets so many hits, glad it helps!!

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Aha it worked, thank you so much!! Wish this were more apparent in the documentation. – hpy Oct 16 '10 at 18:14
Great! I had the same problem and it took a while to find that bit of the menu. – BrianA Oct 17 '10 at 12:00
Thank you. It's an unnecessary complication which detracts new user. – Amey Deshpande Jun 21 at 8:19

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