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I tried resizing the image and forwarding the message, but this did not work for me. I found a simpler fix: I opened the email in a new window (there is "in a new window" icon right next to the "print all" icon) and it automatically wrapped the message. Plus you have the advantage of making the window larger or smaller and getting good readability.
If you don't like the extra whitespace, just delete any extra carriage returns after the table of contents object. For example, select some text within the first line after the table of contents, click format -> line spacing and select "remove space before paragraph".
The following formula does the job (tested with U.S. and Russia as locales, where separators are different): =IFERROR(VALUE(SUBSTITUTE(A2, ",", ".")), VALUE(SUBSTITUTE(A2, ".", ","))) Explanation: IFERROR returns the first argument unless it throws an error, in which case it returns the second. The first argument of IFERROR is the result of converting ...
'_____________________________ " was the only thing I could do that would work. Of course if they change card width, it won't work anymore.
Just click on the printer icon top right of the email and you get everything on one page formatted to be printed.
Manual paste Indeed, pasting plain text with Ctrl-V results in it having the default size of 10. It seems that pasting is understood to overwrite the formatting of the cell, even if it's plain text coming in. The solution is to paste using Ctrl-Shift-V, which means paste values only. Then the font size is 12 pt, as set in the spreadsheet, regardless of ...
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