Prints the current document, selection, or the pages that you specify. You can also set the print options for the current document. The printing options can vary according to the printer and the operating system that you use.
The Print dialog consists of three main parts: A preview with navigation buttons, tab pages with control elements specific to the current document type, and the Print, Cancel and Help buttons.
If you just want to know how to print your document, click any of the following links.
Printing text documents:
The settings that you define in the Print dialog are valid only for the current print job that you start by clicking the Print button. If you want to change some options permanently, open .
Press Shift+F1 or choose and point to any control element in the Print dialog to see an extended help text.
The preview shows how each sheet of paper will look. You can browse through all sheets of paper with the buttons below the preview.
On the General tab page, you find the most important control elements for printing. You can define which contents of your document are to be printed. You can select the printer and open the Printer Settings dialog.
Specifies whether the form control fields of the text document are printed.
If switched on, automatically inserted blank pages are being exported to pdf file. This is best if you are printing the pdf file double-sided. Example: In a book a chapter paragraph style is set to always start with an odd numbered page. The previous chapter ends on an odd page. LibreOffice inserts an even numbered blank page. This option controls whether to export that even numbered page or not.
Specifies whether you want the name of the document to be included in the printout.
Specifies that you do not want to further scale pages when printing.
Specifies whether to scale down objects that are beyond the margins of the current printer, so that they fit on the paper in the printer.
Specifies that pages are to be printed in tiled format. If the pages or slides are smaller than the paper, several pages or slides will be printed on one page of paper.
The tab page with the same name as the current application can be used to define the contents, color, size, and pages to be printed. You define settings that are specific to the current document type.
The Page Layout section can be used to save some sheets of paper by printing several pages onto each sheet of paper. You define the arrangement and size of output pages on the physical paper.
Change the arrangement of pages to be printed on every sheet of paper. The preview shows how every final sheet of paper will look.
For some document types, you can choose to print a brochure.
You can also use the Printer Settings to specify additional printer options.