On Sunday 24 September 2006 10:54, Matthew Polashek wrote:
> I have been trying to figure out how to print to my xerox color laser
> printer. Any suggestions?
In general Gimp is best used to create illos for documents/web
pages rather than the documents themselves. But you can save a
gimp image as PostScript (don't forget to zero out the offsets in
the print dialog) and then route that PostScript page to your
printer somehow. Alternatively you can incorporate the image in a
document type you know you can print and then print that document.
MSWord comes to mind, if you are on MSWindows.
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