|Can one have landscape and portrait pages in the same Google document? If not, please, please add!!!!!||figalito||2/27/11 6:21 PM|
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|Re: Can one have landscape and portrait pages in the same Google document? If not, please, please add!!!!!||Bas Braams||2/27/11 10:29 PM|
At present there is no way to switch between portrait and landscape within a document; the page settings apply to the entire document. In order to insert a few landscape pages into a portrait document (to be printed portrait mode, so the text on the landscape pages runs bottom-to-top) one would have to prepare these landscape pages separately, make images of them and insert the images. The landscape pages are probably tables or spreadsheets, so this doesn't seem so bad. The challenge will be to convert text to image for insertion into the portrait document without losing any resolution. Let us know how it is done, please.
|Re: Can one have landscape and portrait pages in the same Google document? If not, please, please add!!!!!||figalito||2/28/11 12:24 PM|
Thanks,for your reply helped. I am actually inseting a Mindnode doc. I made into a png file. But first I changed the page settings in mndnode to portrait and then exported to png and uploaded into my google doc and voila! Perfect! thx for your reply. It really helped me work this out.