So what are you doing at the time when it changes? Details please.
It won't change landscape<>portrait without some intervention by mouse or keyboard (hands off) !
Are you selecting a Preset template?
Thanks, WobertC. Not sure why I didn't get a notification that you had replied to my post... To answer your question: It only happens when using a custom preset. If I select "Default Settings" it doesn't occur. At any rate. I spoke with Adobe support again(4th time) just now, and they tell me that this is now a known bug... Should be fixed in the next update, but in the meantime, they suggested printing out of Photoshop. Thanks for your help.
I am not sure what you mean by "custom preset" and "Default Settings". Can you explain more?
As for the "bug" - I am not "up-to-speed" on that topic as it hasn't hit my system to experience it, Although I have seen other forum posts with similar problems.
I do know that orientation (landscape/portrait) is embedded in any of the templates in the [Template Browser] panel.
So if you set the Printer dialog (from Page Setup...) to 'landscape' and then click on a template, it will change if this template was designed for a 'portrait' orientation.
The workflow must always be to start with [Page Setup...] first, then move to the panels on the right of screen to 'fine tune' the cell margins, etc. Never then click back on a template because you then reset everything to the template.
(You can "Save" your own templates, or "update" a template if you want to change the options that it provides.)
Hopefully, Photoshop has been an interim alternative.
Thanks WobertC. I am not using the templates for sizes... I think that the attached screen recording will be clearer than any explanation I could compose...
I get lost with Mac/Printer dual buttons for setup screens (I am Windows)
So sorry I cannot be of much more help.
but in your video there is one spot where you click on the "Portrait" orientation icon and the page turns to 'portrait'. Is this a step you are doing deliberately? And why are you doing this if you want 'landscape' ?
I don't want landscape. I want portrait...
I have not been of help to you so I will bug out.
Maybe re-post again with "3880" in the discussion header for other 3880 users to see. Or maybe Classic 7.2 will solve the problem when it is released.
OK. Thanks, WobertC. I really appreciate your help.