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Posted last night while quite tired & annoyed -- neglected to include info on my set-up; I am using Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric, LO 3.4.4, have an Epson Stylus-C120 printer - my computer is built on an Asus P5K-V motherboard with Intel Core 2 duo CPU E6550 @ 2.33GHz × 2. Not sure what other info would be helpful, but if someone could tell me which terminal commands to give, I can respond with the output of it. I really have no idea of what has caused this problem, as the file had always printed out just fine previously.
Thank you,

On 01/23/2012 02:30 AM, George E Noon wrote:
        Seems I've found a new & especially annoying problem.
A document I've had on disk for several years & have printed without problems before, has now come to the point where some paragraphs do not print at all - although they appear on-screen OK & I can find no formatting or other setting difference between the text which prints & that which does not, except that one does & the other does not print. I really do not wish to have to completely re-enter the entire document, all over again (& hope that whatever caused the non-print problem does not occur again, anyway). Does any one have any thoughts as to a possible cause -- I will investigate all angles I'm able to do.
        Thanks for your assistance.
George E Noon

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