It moved me to the first page, on 4.1.4 64-bit Ubuntu version.
I have not tested it on Win7 and 4.1.4 and 126.96.36.199, since I have been
working on fixing a backlog of 4 2005-2007 era systems given today to be
out the door ASAP.
On 02/04/2014 07:41 PM, rost52 wrote:
I tested Version: 188.8.131.52
Build ID: 0a0440ccc0227ad9829de5f46be37cfb6edcf72 on XP/SP3
with a selected part of a text and printed it. I also printed a page
in the middle of a several page long document. In both cases Writer
did not change cursor position, same part of the document remains on
screen before and after printing
May I ask you to publish the link of your question to the AskLibO
On 2014-02-04 04:20, Joe Alders wrote:
After a very disappointing experience using the LibreOffice Forum at the
'ask' part of the LibreOffice site, I will try this forum for help.
This is my problem using Writer:
When printing a part of a Writer document and being somewhere in this
document, it always jumps to the first page after giving the 'print'
This only happens when I want to print a particular page or pages.
It does not happen when I will print the complete document.
I find this very annoying and hope that someone on this forum can
I am using Windows 7 64 bits Home Premium.
Thanks in advance,
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