- Split schematic to multiple sheets
- Set Scaling (skalierungsfaktur) to 10x (To expand sheet to paper size)
- Set Scaling limit (Blatt-Limit) to 1 ( To avoid scaling to multiple pages per sheet)
- Set sheets to All (Alle)
- Set Area (Bereich) to All (Alles)
In addition to the suggestion to split the schematic into multiple sheets (good idea) Eagle has competing print options that may be confusing
- Scaling of individual sheets (Skalierungsfaktur)
- Scaling limit (per sheet) - Blatt-Limit
- Which Sheets are Printed (Seiten)
- What portion of the sheet is printed (Bereich) - either full sheet or only what your display is showing
Scaling is used to blow up schematic to the print area, sometimes the sheet or frame is smaller or wrong size and you would like to blow it up, or you are printing only a small window into the schematic.
However, Eagle allows you to scale it much larger and print each individual sheet on multiple pages of paper (what you are doing right now in this question)
To limit each sheet to one page, set Blatt-limit to 1, this will force each sheet to print on only 1 page regardless of Scaling.
Then, to organize the schematic use frames and seperate sheets to organize what schematic elements you would like to keep on the same page/sheet.