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I search to set A4 paper size only in LibreOffice because i have set in my
printserver CUPS the option A4.

In France, we use this paper size. If the paper size is US Letter in LO, i
doesn't work.

I would like that the settings would be done for all the users.

I use Debian squeeze with Trinity Desktop.



2013/7/23 Kracked_P_P---webmaster <>

On 07/23/2013 08:55 AM, Jean Milot wrote:


I search how  to :

- configure all the printers with A4 by defaulr
- configure all the printers with postcript level and not PDF

And somebody know why with CUPS, i need to reload the printers

"Fichier " -> "Paramètrage de l'imprimante"
( "FIle" -> Printer setting )

Thanks for your help.

I work on debian with CUPS on an other server.

LO : last version



Are you trying to set these printer defaults for LibreOffice only, or for
all printer?

I assume you are using Debian based system, like Ubuntu or Mint, if not
Debian itself. I use Ubuntu 12.04 and LO 4.0.4.

For my system, I would go to

Applications / Office / Printer Administration

Then set the printer defaults there.
See if that helps.

Since you use a printserver, it seems, on a system you do not have control
of, there are not as many options.

You are in a region of the world that uses A4 paper size, right?  Why
would the printers be setup as that size by default?

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