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Lost printing options in MS Publisher 2007

Posted on 2008-10-01
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When trying to print in MS Publisher 2007 (under Vista) the only printing option offered is tiled printing. How do I get the other options ( 1 or more pages per sheet)?
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False alarm, sorry. It's to do with page setup and printer page size capability, as I have now discovered.
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