On Tue, 7 Aug 2018 14:59:54 +1200
Steve Edmonds <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Can you start with a new document, put some text on it and print.
This should tell if the problem is related to the specific document.
When you go to print your big table, what printer is shown in the
print dialogue, is it the one you have connected.
Yes, documents before and since have all printed without hitches, and
the correct printer is assigned. This is, to the best of my memory
going back to OpenOffice 3.x, the only problem document I've ever had.
Anyway, LibreOffice allowed me to convert to .pdf and I could print
that one, so the "crisis" (e.g. a couple of hours of cut-'n-paste) has
Just out of my curiosity and as a possible help to others, I'm still
wondering what could have gone wrong. It's all very strange.
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