Thanks, but I tried that without success. Since posting about this I've
been doing more Googling and came across a page that suggested that OO
wouldn't compile properly on amd64 (I should have mentioned that I'm
using 64bit). If this report is true, one wonders why it''s part of the
64bit distribution. Anyway, I've now removed it.
I'm using Breezy, and OOo prints fine for me. You probably don't
want to randomly upgrade your omputer just to be able to print (can't
OOo under x64 is a little weird beause it's not running as a 64 bit
application. It's actually running as a 32 bit app (at least on
breezy). Ubuntu includes a bunch of compatability libs so it can
work. Perhaps Hoary didn't do as good of a job here as it could
have, I don't know. I never ran Hoary-64. You might try
enabling the backports and try using the OOo beta from Breezy.
Maybe that will work for you.