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dfurness
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printer won't print from libre office

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I have a HP deskjet D1660 printer.  I can print from everything but Libre Office.  The paper just goes through the printer blank.  Christmas card time coming up.  Please help.

Sally

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Krenninger
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I noticed I'm not the only person who can't print from Libre Office, but no one can tell us why or how to fix this. Please advise.  I have a HP F4400 All in one printer.  The paper just goes through the printer blank.


@dfurness wrote:

I have a HP deskjet D1660 printer.  I can print from everything but Libre Office.  The paper just goes through the printer blank.  Christmas card time coming up.  Please help.

Sally




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dcb-in-germany
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Same problem with an old DJ2300 on windows 7 at my school.

 

WORKAROUND

 

MS wordpad or MS paint

 

 

OR use a better (more expensive) program like MS word.

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Another workaround: export as pdf and print from e.g. Adobe Reader.

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Nikita22
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I have the same problem and can't print some documents on officelibre with my HP4650

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dfurness
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Hi, I'm Sally, the original poster.

I finally gave up and bought a new HP printer.  The one you can get on their website for $30 works just fine.

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Microsoft does not recognize my exxcel document when I asked it to print the doc..

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