Now that you have named the report and selected who you wish to generate data for and over what date range you should now set up the page.
It is important that you configure the page settings first as you may run into layout issues if you wish to change the print size later on.
Please click the settings cog in the top left hand corner of the page to configure the layout settings (as shown below):
This will then open up the configuration window (see below).
The first page of the configuration asks you to decide on the page size (a list of preset options), the rotation (portrait or landscape) and the page margins. You are also able to show page numbers on the report should you wish to do so.
The next part of the configuration refers to the layout of the page.
Here you have the option to decide how many columns and rows you wish to be available per page.
When you create a widget (chart, text or image) it must fit within the rows/columns.
In the example below I have chosen 4 rows x 6 columns:
Once you are happy with the report and page layout please move onto adding charts, text and images: