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somehow i lost my printer icon on my screen

Somehow I lost my printer icon on my toolbar & now I can't print something from the internet, How do I fix this condition?

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Re: somehow i lost my printer icon on my screen

You should be able to customize your toolbar.

Go to the "Tools" dropdown (on the same toolbar where your printer icon was located).

Select Toolbars >, Customize..., Add toolbar buttons.

 

Hope this helps!

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Re: somehow i lost my printer icon on my screen

How can I get my Print icon back on screen?

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Re: somehow i lost my printer icon on my screen

I still cannot get my Print icon back on screen

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Re: somehow i lost my printer icon on my screen

Hi hotlips,

 

If you have Windows 8 follow these steps I posted on another thread > Access printer icon.

 

If however you have Windows Vista or 7, click on the start icon or windows flag and go to all programs, you will see an HP folder, click to open, click on the printer name(folder) and then right click on the printer icon. Choose create shortcut or send to and choose desktop.

 

I hope this answers your question.

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ofRe: somehow i lost my printer icon on the screen of my macbook pro

 

 

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