Thank you for responding. You wrote, "So, I will follow up with focus on A5 paper hardcopy prints using LibreOffice software." For an international audience, please be aware that there are differences between European and American paper sizes. (I think Canada also uses American paper sizes, although I am not sure about that.) The exact dimensions of A5 I don't know, but I do know that European A4 and the corresponding American paper size, called US Letter, have different dimensions. (US Letter equals 216 x 279 mm, wider side to side but shorter top to bottom.) Sometimes European writers will format documents for A4 and put footers, such as page numbers, almost on the bottom of the page. When we North Americans try to print out the documents on our wider but slightly shorter paper, it does not print correctly. The thing for Europeans to do when formatting documents for a world wide audience is to leave some extra space at the bottom for the sake of North Americans who might try to print the documents. I am not sure of the dimensions of A5, so I am not sure what to say about that paper size.