On 2022-02-13 19:37, Peter Hillier-Brook wrote:
I did however find out that I can reverse the print order by entering in
the 'pages' place the page numbers individually in reverse order, e.g.,
10, 8, 6, 4, 2; but for long documents that method is cumbersome and
should be avoidable.
On 13/02/2022 11:09, Ken Heard wrote:
In order to print documents on both sides of the paper using a printer
without collating ability, I always printed first in reverse order the
even pages. I then print in numerical order the odd pages on the
back side of the paper on which the even pages are printed. In this
way the pages do not need to be collated manually.
While this version of LO still allows printing separately the odd and
even pages, I discovered to my horror that it no longer allows
printing of pages in reverse order.
The help page however still says that all one has to do to print in
reverse order is to
1. Choose File - Print.
2. Click the General tab.
3. Choose Print in reverse page order.
4. Click Print.
In view of the foregoing it would appear that disappearance of the
reverse print option was unintended. In that case when can we
helpless users expect this error to be corrected?
It's available in 18.104.22.168, therefore probably also in the earlier
version. Using your numbering you need to add <2a. Select 'More'>
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