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Old 10-12-2005, 04:14 AM   #1
dimitris.kalamaras
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Registered: Aug 2005
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Distribution: Fedora Core 4 i386, Ubuntu, openSUSE 10, Debian 3.1 Sarge, Mandriva LE2005
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mirror printing with EPSON EPL5800L


Hello, community!

I am using Mandriva 2005LE.
I have an EPSON EPL5800L and I want to do some "mirror printing" with my documents through OpenOffice.org.
There is an option of mirror printing but when I enable it nothing happens

So far, the best thing I found to do that is SCRIBUS. But I find it quite unstable and I wonder if there is a solution through OOo or another printing program or infrastructure.

I did use xpp's option mirror but I had no luck. It didnt print on my EPSON.

I would really love to see some solution through OOo.

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