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This may work.

  Wayland solution

Since Ubuntu 18.04, Wayland <> is the default display protocol.
To enable scaling:


    Enable fractional Scaling experimental-feature:

    |gsettings set org.gnome.mutter experimental-features
    "['scale-monitor-framebuffer']" |

    Restart the computer.

  * Open /Settings/ -> /Devices/ -> /Displays/
  * Now you should see 25 % step scales, like 125 %, 150 %, 175 %.
    Click on one of them and see if it works.

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I do not know if it has reduction settings.

It may be possible to set a separate workspace using the above, but I'm no expert.

Anybody else?

On 4/7/20 10:03 PM, John Sweeney wrote:
I have this version of libre office: Build ID: 1:6.4.2-0ubuntu0.18.04.3

I cannot see the OK button on the print dialgoue because the dialogue is
too big for my screen and there is no scroll bar nor can i change the
dialogue's size. It is very frustrating.

Can anyone help?


John Sweeney

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