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On 2/19/24 6:54 PM, Joe Conner wrote:
I use Ubuntu 22.04lts and the latest Ubuntu depository Libreoffice.

LibreOffice does not recognize my installed printers.  How do I force availability of Libreoffice to use my printer? When I try to print only "generic printer" is available. I have a Canon laser MFP743Cdw,  an HP laserjet M402dw, and an HP officejet pro 8025.

Each can be used when printing a .pdf using the Document Viewer software so I export my word document to .pdf and print using the Document Viewer. This kludge work-around works, but i think the best scenario is for LibreOffice to recognize my printers as it formerly used to do.

I appreciate any suggestions.

How does Ubuntu, itself, recognize the printer?



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