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7/18/12
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JanGeo

Printing Problem - Will Not Load Print Preview

Having a problem printing from Chrome - Print page loads but will not load print preview. Has only just started happening, no problems previously. Any suggestions? Thank you.
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Dingus
7/19/12
Dingus
jangeo,

Please use the help article.  Close the browser and restart the computer afterwards.

7/19/12
Original Poster
JanGeo
Thank you for your reply. Could find nothing in the help article that applied however have cleared cache and browsing data and restarted but problem still persists.
weltwon
8/2/12
weltwon
Same printing problem here, which seems to have appeared EXACTLY when Google updated my Chrome today! No matter what I've tried, can't print any web pages in Chrome!
 
PLEASE give me back version 20 !
Jason217
8/2/12
Jason217
this just started happening to me too... ctrl+shift+P will allow you to print.. it skips the preview step. i havent found a fix yet.. just this workaround.
Paul^
8/2/12
Paul^
Ditto, clearing the cache didn't fix. the workaround doens't work for gmail prints, it prints just the screen, not the entire email.
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Frank Posa
11/8/15
Frank Posa
I was able to get it working by simply clearing all cache to the beginning of time. No reboot, No need to remove extensions.
 
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