I recently saved a spreadsheet as PDF-file from onlyoffice via preconfigured PDF printer option.
It turns out that default options do not reflect my needs. For example I want to set print color, PDF/A-output, font embedding and picture compression method, etc... However, currently the option menu is very limited to only color/bw and it is time consuming if you have to print more than one file.
I thought since Zorin is based on Gnome and using CUPS it should be working tweaking the CUPS system, but actually the used "PDF printer" is not listed as a printer there.
So it seems Zorin is using something else than cups-pdf ?!
Would be great if someone from developers could shed some light here.
Hi @Aravisian thank for your input. I think there is some misunderstanding.
With a PDF-printer I mean a software tool that lets you convert your current document or image or text file TO PDF by acting as a printing device.
Hope that my question is now better understood.