On 2013-07-24 10:12, Upscope wrote:
Thanks Russ. That is what should happen, but for me (and others) it
always reverts to PDF when I open Calc again.
There has been quite some discussion on this previously around not being
able to print landscape from LO, it is just something I need to remember
On Wednesday, July 24, 2013 06:18:58 AM Steve Edmonds wrote:
On 2013-07-24 00:55, 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
Hi. Do you mean for the default page size to be A4 in the document
also. I have to set printing to postscript for every document because
it does not stay with the setting.
Steve look under File --> Printer setup-->Properties-->Device (at least
in CALC). Think its the same in writter.
lower left says: "Printer Language TYpe to Right is selection box
I selected "Automatic: PostScript (Level from driver).
You can also select actual level with pull down arrow at end of box.
Whn I shut CALC down and restart it is still there.
Hope this helps.
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Re: [libreoffice-users] Printing problems · Jay Lozier
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