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Old 08-24-2009, 11:46 AM   #1
Registered: Nov 2003
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Distribution: RHEL 5.4 on HP servers
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Angry Reseting printers in OpenOffice 3.0

I am having a weird problem with OpenOffice 3.0.1 (build 9379). Over the weekend I reconfigured the printers in CUPS, since then the printers are not displayed in the printer dialog box(File --> Print). The only thing I see is "print to file". The CUPS support is ON and the printers did show up in the list prior to reconfiguring them.

If I click on the Printer Icon in the tool bar then it prints the document to the default printer.

If file select Printer Setting (File --> Printer Settings), I can see all the printers defined in CUPS.

So OpenOffice know about the printers defined in CUPS but it does not show them in the Print dialog box.

I ran spadmin and it can also see all the printer.

How do I fix the problem?



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