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Old 10-31-2005, 12:51 PM   #1
MarcRJacobs
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Print preview mode does not work.


Ever since I installed SuSE 10, the print preview option does not work. This is a notebbok install, so I have multiple printers configured for home, work, friends, etc. All print jobs do pop up the preview window, but the content is about 2 pixels tall, and then a "Print" and "Cancel" button. Is this any more than just annoying, and can it be remedied? Thanks
 
  


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