Originally Posted by frankbell
According to the LO help page
, comments may be printed either at the end of the document or the end of the page.
When I selected created a test comment and selected "end of the page," they printed out on a second page. Moving the bottom margin up had not effect.
A bug report might be in order.
Yes, and both of these work:
End of Page
Notes from page-N appear on the back of the sheet (duplex printing) or on the next sheet (simplex printing) or in the next "column" when printing 2-up.
End of Doc
Notes appear starting on the first sheet following the last sheet of document content.
In both cases, comments have "Page-N, Line-M" annotations to help tie back into the content. Activating line numbers is helpful when reading such a page. Therefore, there is no bug to report.
The same document, when printed with M$-Word, shows
the page content smaller and left on the sheet with the comments along the right edge
in a format not unlike a call-out or cartoon speech bubble.
It appears that LibreOffice and OpenOffice do not yet support this "call-out" style of comment printing.
~~~ 8d;-/ Dan