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fengxiao
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For a wired printer, how print from a Chrome browser without accessing PDF from my hard disk ?

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Envy 4500
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Wireless printing stopped working after 2 years, so I deleted the driver.

I downloaded driver from HP, bought a wire, did a wired install, and printed a test page OK.

Windows 10 recognized "HP Envy", so I used the operating system to remove the old "HP Envy (Network)"  to avoid a naming confusion.

However, the Chrome browser still remembered the old  "HP Envy (Network)."

My only other workaround under Chrome is (Step 1) to save a PDF on my hard disk, and (Step 2) to print the same PDF, if I can find it,  using the operating system.

Is there some way to get my NetGear access point to enable a seamless, one-step ePrint solution ?     

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Hi,
From Google Chrome open the print dialog, then press the Change button.
Select your printer from the list instead the default Save as PDF option and try printing again.

Shlomi



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ShlomiL
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Hi,
From Google Chrome open the print dialog, then press the Change button.
Select your printer from the list instead the default Save as PDF option and try printing again.

Shlomi



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If my post resolve your problem please mark it as an Accepted Solution 🙂
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