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2015-06-03 16:06 GMT+08:00 Brian Barker <>:

This setting is saved in document files, so for existing files this button
should offer the printer that was most recently used to print the document
or else the default printer when it was created - not necessarily the
current default printer. Printing any existing document once to your
preferred printer should make any necessary change.

Oh~ this is really a strange feature for me.

If all else fails, you could open a new document, print it to your
favourite printer (or go through the motions of doing so), and save the
empty document as a template. If you wished, you could even make this your
default template.

Thanks, Brian~
I think this wayshould work, but I have too many templates, recreating
those templates will take too much time.

I found Libreofficesort the printers by their names, and always takes the
first printer as "default printer" when I click the toolbar icon "Print
Document Directly".
So I think of another workaround -- to change the printer names!
I changed "Canon PIXMA iP4500" as "X-Canon PIXMA iP4500" ,  and changed
"PDF" as "X-PDF", so that "USB-Canon iP4500 series" became the first
printer for Libreoffice.
Then it works when I "Print Document Directly".

Thanks again~


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