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Here's another wee video demo as the last one may have been a bit confusing, it concentrates only on the simplest method in LibreOffice and the picture quality is a bit better I think especially full screen http://videobin.org/+6yo/8q6.html
OK, try this:-run:Code: [Select]sudo apt-get install cups-pdfNow print from LibreOffice, but instead of selecting "Print to file" as the printer .. select "PDF" as the printer.You should then find the PDF file in a folder called PDF in your home folder.
sudo apt-get install cups-pdf
Click the little triangle next to the words "File Type:" (in your screenshot) .. that should shorten that dialog box, and display the "Save" button.
One last thing .. drag the very top egde of that dialog down to shrink the window, then drag the whole window upwards so you can see the save button.I'm on a smaller screen than you, and I can make it fit Orwhat happens if you hit the maximise button on that dialog ?
Erm .. minimise means send to the bottom panel What I mean is MANUALLY resizing the window, by dragging it's edge .. put your mouse pointer at the very top edge of the (not maximised) window .. the mouse cursor should change to an upwards pointing arrow with a line at its point, clck and hold the left mouse button, and drag the top edge downwards to shrink the window.once you've shrunk it and let go of the mouse button, place the mouse cursor on the window titlebar, click and hold the left mouse button and drag the whole window upwards.
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