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2018-06-11 15:39:03 +0200 marked best answer Libreoffice 5.4.0 writer portrait document prints as landscape

Since I installed 5.4.0, Writer docs in portrait have appeared in Print Preview and have printed as landscape, regardless of what I have done in Format Page. I tried again, applied, saved, restarted &c. but finally had to deal with problem by saving as Microsoft Word .doc, then opening and printing with old Microsoft software. Time constraints on a present project prevent me from spending more time on this now, but I hope someone can tell whether the error is mine or this is a bug.

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Libreoffice 5.4.0 writer portrait document prints as landscape Since I installed 5.4.0, Writer docs in portrait have app

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2012-11-17 17:36:08 +0200 commented answer Typewriter Sounds

Can I use this on a Mac running Mountain Lion?

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2012-11-10 17:53:30 +0200 commented question LO 3.6.3.2 Direct formatting in Writer affects other paragraphs

blush Yes, it was AutoUpdate. Thanks.

2012-11-06 02:55:19 +0200 asked a question LO 3.6.3.2 Direct formatting in Writer affects other paragraphs

Using Libre Office 3.6.3.2 on Mac under Mountain Lion. In Writer, when I apply direct formatting to a paragraph previously custom-formatted by paragraph style, the changes affect not only the paragraph I meant to change but all paragraphs above with same custom-format. Hitting 'delete' does not reverse this. This behavior is unwelcome. Is it deliberate? Can I keep LO from doing this?

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