SUMMARY: Star Office Error

From: Callum Hughes <>
Date: Wed Mar 20 2002 - 09:56:47 EST
Many thanks to Tony Walsh and Hichael Morton for their responses. In short,
Tony's was most effective and is summarized below:

"Try renaming or deleting the .Xpdefaults file in your local home directory
then restarting Star Office. This file will quite often get corrupted when
try to play with printer configuration and it does not get cleared when you
remove printer services. When you restart SO, you will need to click on
Setup and then click on the button in the bottom left hand corner to 'Match
Settings Locally'. This will generate a clean copy from the read only 
installation copy of the file. "

Worked a treat!

Callum A. Hughes
Unix Systems Engineer
Securicor Information Systems
t: 01249 - 665 -396

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