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As automagic as it gets: Using the add on service from http://www.devontechnologies.com/download/products.html Example -total of 37 choices) WordService provides a large number of commands for working with selected text: Reformat text paragraphs Clean up tabs, quotes, line endings Remove unwanted text parts Sort lines or paragraphs Change case Shift ...


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Interesting, I do have the HP LaserJet Professional P1102w as well as a network printer (WiFi) shared between Mac and Windows computers. The Driver version is 2.0 I do not use any of the HP stuff like "hp-toolbox and hp-setup". lpq results in HP_LaserJet_Professional_P1102w is ready no entries The lpr fileName works just fine. In your case ...


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After a long debugging session, I have finally solved this problem. In case other people run into the same difficulties, here is what I learned about CUPS backends under Mac OS X Yosemite: Backends are executable files (in my case, a shell script) in the /usr/libexec/cups/backend/ directory. Information about the print job is passed into these programs ...


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mDNSResponder was replaced by DiscoveryUtil in Yosemite. So Bonjour is still enabled. According to this Apple-kb article you might have to download updated printer drivers from Apple or the original manufacturer or re-add your printer with a different set up. If you still have problems discovering your printer an Apple-discussion-thread might help: unblock ...


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I fixed my printer by installing a new driver after deleting the Old printer in System Preferences.(just hit the "-" button.) Then Download and install this: http://support.brother.com/g/b/downloadhowto.aspx?c=us&lang=en&prod=hl1440_all&os=132&dlid=dlf006958_000&flang=4&type3=79 After that, go to System Preferences and add ("+" ...


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The best way to deal with .rtf files in this way is use Microsoft Word as that is really what the provider expects. If you don't want to pay Microsoft then use OpenOffice software e.g. LibreOffice OpenOffice NeoOffice which emulate Office rtf has never had an official standard it is usually try to work out what Microsoft actually did.


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I believe you can also display pictures in RTF files in the much lighter weight Bean which is actually based on TextEdit.


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I found some background to this - Why cannot Pages show pictures in .rtf files? that Apple decided not to support pictures in rtf because of limitations in the format, but instead to opt to use rtfd format which supports them much better. The 'fix' would appear to be [without investing in Microsoft Word] to use NeoOffice or OpenOffice, both of which support ...


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Print settings, scale 100% Ok, I read your question, I have read your comment on @user2236575 answer. Still I am going to point you in the same direction. This is what you need to do for printing without resizing: Open your PDF in Preview. Select 'Print...' in the File menu, or press CommandP Within the 'Print' settings window, set the scale to 100% and ...


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In Preview's print dialog you should have the option to 'Scale' (as opposed to 'Scale to Fit'. If you select 'Scale' then you can key in 100% as the scaling percentage, and the image should print full size. I can't comment on the specifics of your named printer, as I don't use that machine.



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