Monday, February 22, 2016

Using Advanced Printing Options From Google Docs

When printing from Google Docs, the only options that are immediately available are which pages you’d like to print, how many copies you’d like, and the ability to print two sided (assuming you’re using a printer that is able to do two sided copies). If you want advanced features, you have to choose Print using system dialog… (Ctrl + Shift + P) from the Print page. Choosing this option will take you to the print options that you see when you print from word processing programs such as Microsoft Word.


The window that pops up gives you the option of selecting which printer you want to use, number of copies, which pages you wish to print, if you want your copies collated, and it also gives you the option of Preferences. This is where you will be able to see all options available for your print jobs.


Once you’ve chosen the correct printer and clicked on Preferences, the Printing Preferences menu opens up. This menu allows you to choose any option that is available on the copy machine or printer. Clicking on the Staple: option allows you to choose how you would like your print job stapled.


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