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At 17:02 28/04/2013 +0200, Raymond Noname wrote:
I have made a writer document with two colour pictures in it and a bit of text. When I print the document on a Samsung CLP-320 in colour mode then they are printed like sepia (that is how it looks like most). When I print the same picture straight from Windows (same machine and printer), the print comes out in colour... So is there a setting in Writer which causes this, or is Writer doing something to my print stream to get this strange output?

Take a look at Tools | Options... | LibreOffice | Print. Is "Convert colors to grayscale" ticked in error?

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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