Format Menu

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In the Format menu the following commands are present:

Default style

This is the default style for the entire file.


Use different points to define the font size.

Bold and Italic

Highlights in bold or italic texts from the selected cell or row.

Change default style

There is a default style throughout the file. The default style is used when adding a new row.

In order to change the default style:

  • attribute the desired style to a row;
  • click on the Format  →  Change default style command from the menu

All the rows with the original default style will then be shown in the new default style.

Calculate row height

When the text for a row is very long, the Calculate row height command from the Format menu allows the user to view it completely, adapting the height of the row.

To adapt the height of the row to the text, the user should:

  • choose the Data  → Columns setup command menu;
  • select the appropriate field name;
  • activate the Wrap text option in the Display tab;
  • recall the Calculate row height command from the Format menu each time it is necessary. 

Calculate all row heights

The Calculate all row heights command is similar to the previous one, with the difference that it operates on all rows of the table

Reset all row heights

Restores row heights to the default value.

Page break

At any point in a file, the user can insert a page break
To insert a page break:

  • Place the cursor on the first row, where the new page is to be created
  • Open the Format  → Page break command

To remove a page break:

  • Place the cursor on the row with the page break
  • Open the Format and deactivate Page break command



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