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Old 01-23-2005, 04:41 PM   #1
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KPrinter - Multiple Pages Per Sheet


Is it possible for KPrinter to put a separating line between pages? I just noticed KPrinter can print multiple pages per sheet, which is something I could never get to work correctly using the psutils (always ended up with bits cut off or scaled wrongly) and it works great, except it doesn't put lines between pages.

Google gave few results but it's possible I was using the wrong search terms - "kprinter pages per sheet separate line".

Using a HP LJ 1300 printer incase it's relevant.



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