Printing landscape still results in a portrait output.
This is known to happen with cups and perhaps other printing systems. The suggested workaround for this is to filter CrossOver Linux Professional's output to remove an '%%Orientation:' line from the PostScript that is believed to confuse pstops. To do this you will need to edit the registry for the current bottle. Run the following command: $ ~/cxoffice/bin/cxrun
Select the correct bottle, type in regedit for the command, run it and go to the following Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\Printing\Spooler and change the line that reads: "LPT1:"="|lpr"
to: "LPT1:"="|grep -v ^%%Orientation: |lpr"
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