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I use CUPS-PDF and it makes landscape go "side-ways" for printing on a portrait page.

On 09/04/2012 02:04 PM, wrote:
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  Da: Nino Novak <>
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Inviato: Martedì 4 Settembre 2012 18:38
Oggetto: Re: how i can rotate print like landscape?

did you try to first export to PDF and then print this PDF with acrobat or some
other pdf printer? It sometimes can work better than printing directly.


Am 04.09.2012 17:41 schrieb

i use calc LibreOffice 3.5:build-413, with opensuse 12.1 and KDE 4.8.5.

my page format is: A4 landscape (horizontal), this is OK
for print : need to rotate left or right (90 degree ) to vertical for print..

1-----see my screenshot A.png this is a normal my job page format is landscape.

2-----see my screenshot B.png this is my dream resolve for print, this is possible?

3-----i did try print lanscape from libreoffice printer
see my screenshot C.png, this is default config printer from libreoffice...

but my printed paper is problem see my screenshot:

then my printer is RICOH and i did send report for problem (not work lanscape) but ricoh is not 
speed reply.. but i need urgent to print 568 copies so I NEED ROTATE PRINT, can LIBREOFFICE helps 
my problem??

thank you

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