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Plan Mode vs Print Mode
These instructions are for the new TimeTable UI scheduled for release in February 2022.
Construction schedules can often run several years long. However, most of the schedules you print are usually for a Near Term window and often only include 2-3 months worth of time. Fortunatley, TimeTable lets you create a Print Range that automatically crops Activities, timescales, and all other TimeTable shapes to the print window without cutting off their labels.
Plan Mode looks at the whole project, Print Mode is just the page.
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How to toggle between Plan and Print modes

In the Ribbon, look for the TimeTable Ribbon Tab, and in the Showpanel look for the Checkbox that says Print Mode. Uncheck Print Mode to get into Plan Mode and vice-versa.
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Change the date range in Print Mode

You don't need to be in Print Mode to change the dates of Print mode. To change what get's printed go to the View Tab in the Ribbon and in the Setup Panel click on the Page Width command. This will open up the Page Width modal dialogue.

Setting Pages Wide

TimeTable makes it easy to print to a certain page size. Setting the number of Pages wide is a quick way of keeping the page dimensions while moving the date range forward. Simply adjust the Start Date and the Finish Date will adjust accordingly to keep the number of pages wide (along with page size and orientation).

Custom Width

Sometimes you'll need a date range that doesn't translate into a specific page width. This is especiallly true when printing Overall Project Schedules (OPS).
The new Page Width dialogue available in v22.02.02
To use custom page widths, set the Pages wide to Custom. This unlocks the Finish Date and lets you set it to whatever you want.
Finish Date will not automatically move with Start Date changes when Page Width is set to Custom.