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Re: NotebookPrint versus File->Print
In article <7shnue$1jo at smc.vnet.net>, Henrik Weimer <henrik at rice.edu> writes: >I have a very curious printing problem. Cells of one particular style >print differently when I use the menu option "File->Print..." as >compared to running a NotebookPrint. > >The cell style is called "Itemize" which is pretty much a straight >derivation from the "Text" style in the system stylesheet Default.nb. >The only difference are a wider left margin and a cell dingbat (a small >filled circle). For reference, the style defs are enclosed at then end >of this message. > >Printed with NotebookPrint those cells print just an inch or so wide. >Printed from the menu "File->Print..." the cells span the full page >width, as I would like. Anybody knows what could be causing this >difference? Even better, how to fix this so I can print automatically? > >Thanks alot!!! I cannot reproduce this problem with a Mathematica 4 front end for Linux. I would encourage you to send a copy of a notebook and style sheet that can be used to demonstrate this effect to Wolfram Research Technical Support <support at wolfram.com>. It would also be nice if you could include with your correspondence a transcript of the syntax you used to invoke NotebookPrint, the version of Mathematica you are using as returned by evaluating LinkWrite[$ParentLink, FrontEnd`Value["$FullVersion"]]; LinkRead[$ParentLink] and a copy of the PostScript file your front end generates. -- P.J. Hinton Mathematica Programming Group paulh at wolfram.com Wolfram Research, Inc. Disclaimer: Opinions expressed herein are those of the author alone.