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Perhaps slightly off-topic, but I'd love to hear what other regular visitors
to this forum think:

Paper Sizes and printing in LibreOffice is such a puzzle to me when I do
anything other than single-sided straight documents (which I don't do often)
that my regular practice is to always export to pdf (which has worked very
well for some time now) and print from the Acrobat Reader (which still works
in Linux in spite of what you hear). As usual, I learned some more from
Brian Barker's reply.

Whenever I open up the forum and see Brian's name, I immediately go to such
postings first, as his explanations are almost always clear and informative,
and often cover techniques not mentioned at all in Help (poor) or the
documentation (well done, but incomplete or at least not-comprehensive).

So my question is: who all thinks that Brian should gather up all his past
postings and edit them into a collection of "LibreOffice Tips and Tricks"
organized by subject - perhaps even limited to just Writer and/or Calc (or
two separate docs). I imagine many folks would pay a reasonable fee for such
a book (this would not be competition for Bruce Byfield's "Designing with
LibreOffice" book, but complementary).

Any thoughts, anyone?

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