Hi Andrew, *,
On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 6:31 PM, Andrew Pullins <email@example.com> wrote:
ok tanks, I have never used this feature on my computer but I was talking
about doing this on my phone or tablet.
Oh, LibreOffice doesn't run yet on tablet, and no idea how printing is
done on tablets, but you can always export a PDF and have that PDF
printed almost everywhere.
im imagining that i have a paper due for school but I need it to print it
before class. im cumming from a coffee shop where I was working on the
paper on my tablet. before I leave I print the paper, and when I get home
its waiting there for me to pick up.
this could be done with the "email the pdf" and have the pdf printed.
(but you should be using signed mails then, otherwise anyone knowing
the address can drain your ink/toner :-)) fairly easy to setup on
linux, and maybe a little harder on windows.
Directly printing is still a possibility if the tablet supports this,
but I wouldn't count on LIbreOffice implementing its own protocol for
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