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11x17 (Tabloid) No longer available???


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I finally upgraded to Panther 10.3.5, now I cannot select the tabloid paper size in ANY application. When I do select it, tabloid changes to OTHER. When insatlling Panther I performed the easy install, I have the feeling I will need to archive and reinstall, but my workload simply cannot allow for the time to perform this. Does anyone know of a fix in the meantime until I can set aside some time to reinstall Panther?

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Before you try anything else, try to install the Mac OS X Combined Update 10.3.5 over what you have. Sometimes the combo updates resolves some problems. Then don't forget to repair permissions. You may want to repair permission first to see if that resolves your problem.

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maybe your printer selected in printer setup utility does not support tabloid size
in 10.3.5. or just leave other, its still 17 by 11.
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I miss read the post this morning, must have been still asleep, or maybe the headache. I thought he was talking about a tablet, not paper sizes.

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