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Is there a way to print a whole document but have there be a page break between each section rather than one long continuous outline?
Not that I can see. If you have a document with a reasonable number of sections, you could hoist each section in turn and do a print command to emulate this.
Ya, thats what ive been doing.. kind of annoying though!
Use Help->Send Feedback to make an official feature request, maybe they'll put it in OO 4.0 if you ask nicely :-)
Perhaps I'm misinterpreting the question, but why not use the "Page break before row" option?

I have OO Pro—so it's possible this is only a Pro feature (not sure). Go Command-2 and that will bring up the Row options window. Click on far right (of three tabs) and that will bring you to the Row:Advanced pane. One option there is "Page break before row." Very simple and effective.

However, that I know of, there's not automatic command for placing page breaks at different sections.

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