Oracle Reports Printing issue

I have multiple printing issues with Oracle Reports developed in 10g. Please help me to resolve the issue.
1. Even though i set ORIENTATION to landscape, it is printing Portrait .
I have tried the below options
1. I SET ORIENTATION AS landscape Under Data Model, System Parameters
2. I have tried to pass ORIENTATION=landscape from the Keymap File
3. I have tried to set ORIENTATION=landscape Under Paper layout Main,Header and Trailer Sections.
2. Always the report is trying to fit in a single page (Width wise) which is annoying the user. I want to set Scaling instead of fit to a single page. How will i achieve this?
i was trying to display the reports in SPREADSHEET Format.
Thanks for all your Help.

Hello Chris90909,
switch width an height properties as Inol mentioned.
http://nycapex.blogspot.com/2010/03/landscape.html
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