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Allow multi-column worksheets.

I suggest that if worksheets get over a certain length that they should be split into multiple columns on the page, especially if there are no other worksheets on the page. This could either be an automatic feature or perhaps an option that can be set when creating the worksheet or ticket. Currently the only option is to create multiple worksheets so that they will be in separate columns.

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    Amos Doughty shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • sales commented  · 

        I need this as well. We do 50-100 different tests per unit and to have a 5 page single column worksheet is unacceptable and silly. Give us ability to have 2-3 columns in our printouts or to edit how the worksheet template looks.

      • James Moore commented  · 

        I would take this, or at least don't move all additional worksheets down on the page. These could be ordered way better or placed on the page more optimally.

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