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On 04/05/2012 06:59 AM, Malcolm Moore wrote:
I wonder if I could revisit this issue again.

I have been experimenting a bit more and 
LibreOffice doesn't show all the options 
the printer has available.

For example:- ( With LO 3.5.n and openSuse 12.1)
In the system printer dialog my Ricoh MPC 5000
has 4 trays and a bypass. In LO it only show the 4 trays

Also it has paper types of Thick, Thick2 and Thick3 for 
different weights of paper. The LO dialog only has Thick
which is a bit of a problem as some types of iron on 
paper we use has to go through the printer at Thick 2 or
Thick 3

Not sure if this will help or not, but you might try setting:
Tools|Options|LibreOffice Writer|Print:Other|Paper tray from printer

From the Help file:
Paper tray from printer settings
For printers with multiple trays, the "Paper tray from printer settings"
option specifies whether the paper tray used is specified by the system
settings of the printer.

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