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I'm a multi-boot/multi-Linux-distro user who always uses the "distro's"
package manager to install applications from distro repos... because 
I let pacman, apt-get, zypper etc... handle the dependencies for me.

I've been using OpenOffice for a long time. That's not to say I'm an
expert with it, but I'm used to it. When an Arch update (pacman -Syu)
replaced it with LibreOffice, I quickly opened a couple of documents, noted
that they looked right, and went back to whatever else I had been doing.
Well today I needed to print my lady a few new sheets of the:
she uses to track her glucose levels with... LO acted like it was printing
to my (cups system default) hp deskjet D4100 series printer (D4160). But
Cups never got the print job. After a few tries I did a test page from
which worked just fine. Then after a few more failed attempts I tried
printing to file which I opened with okular and printed from there...

Is there a known printing issue with:
LibreOffice 3.3.0 
OOO330m18 (Build:4) ArchLinux build-1

That would cause this???

Is this an LibreOffice problem or an Arch Linux one?

Is it something I could expect some future update to automatically resolve??

Or do I need to find out how to make a bug report? (where?)

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