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On 07/05/2012 01:39 PM, Regina Henschel wrote:

Pastel Painter schrieb:
When I print my documents, they are printing about 1/8 of the original
(letter) size, and are being rotated to landscape mode. When I check the
document in print preview, the document looks like I expect it to - taking up the full page, etc. I have no idea as to why it is doing this or what to
call the problem. I tested both Writer and Calc. What I print from the
internet prints correctly. And I made a test print directly from the
printer, and it was correct too. Any ideas?

There are some essential information missing:

On which operating system do you work? Printing in Windows is very different from printing in Linux.

Which version of LibreOffice do you use? Do you see a preview with measurement on the side in the printing dialog?

How do you print? Do you use the print button in normal view, do you use the print button in preview or do you use the File > Print way?

What printer do you use?

Kind regards

rename your profile so LO recreates it

That should restore you printing.

It happened to me several times -  first with OOo and then with LO.

Something gets corrupted in your profile and makes your printer print that way.

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