Czech print drivers...
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Libero_Lang_Lab  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
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Member (2006)
Russian to English
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Aug 30, 2004

Hi there
Sure there's a simple answer to this one...
I've got a word document which I need to print in Czech. It comes up fine on the screen, but when I print it out, one of the letters with a diacritic seems to create a problem and mangles certain words. I don't have a pdf writer, which would be one solution. I guess it's a case of installing a print driver that can handle Czech. Anyone got any clues they can share with me?
Many thanks
Dan


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Viola Mrusek  Identity Verified
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Change the settings Aug 31, 2004

Hi Daniel,

you don't need a Czech driver. Try to change your basic settings in Windows to Czech and install the language from your Windows CD, if you don't have it yet. Then change the language in Word, too. Now it should work.

Good luck

Viola


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