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Any way to change column widths for printing? When I print from the Contexts view, the column showing the action items is narrower than I'd like, and the column showing Project names is wider than I'd like.
When I print from a Projects view, the font size on the page is fine. But when I print from a Contexts view, the font size is larger. It looks fine on screen, and I don't want to change that. So is there any way I can change printing fonts without changing screen fonts?
OmniFocus has the ability to print the view a perspective produces without actually opening a window that displays that perspective.

If you bring up the perspectives window, you'll see a small button on the left that looks like a printer. Select a perspective, hit that button, and we'll print the selected perspective.

So if you set up a "print this" perspective, you can solve the column width issue that way. Help any?

I don't believe there's a way to manipulate the font size, though; you'll want to email that to the support ninjas so we can add that to our development database. Thanks!

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