4D View Pro: Manually Adjust the Print Area Using Page Breaks

Automatically translated from English

When printing, page break location is set by default, but you can adjust the print area by defining your own page breaks.

Starting with 4D v19 R2, to help your customers choose where they want to place their page breaks, 4D View Pro lets you add and remove page breaks manually, and also display the print preview lines.

Add or remove page breaks

There are two ways to set page breaks in 4D View Pro: 


Display or hide print lines

The print lines indicate where the pages break during printing:

The dotted lines are the page breaks calculated by SpreadJS, and the solid ones are the ones added by the user.

There are three ways to display or hide the print lines:

  • by adding a page break (print lines are displayed automatically)
  • by checking the option in the ribbon:


More new features on document printing will be coming soon. Stay tuned!

Fabrice Mainguené

• Product Owner •

Fabrice Mainguené joined 4D Program team in November, 2016. As a Product Owner, he is in charge of writing the user stories then translating it to functional specifications. His role is also to make sure that the feature implementation delivered is meeting the customer need.

After obtaining a Bachelor degree in Computer Science at CNAM, Fabrice joined a small software publishing company as a Windev developer. Then he worked for different companies in industry and trade areas as a Windev and web developer as well as technical advisor on new features.