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No option to 'print selection'

HP Envy 7645
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Just purchased a new computer and new printer.  When I open the print window it doesn't have an option to 'Print Selection'.  I use this option frequently to print only the info I'm interested  in and really miss it.  Is there any way to get this option on my new printer?

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No option to 'print selection'

@Bev39

 

If you are talking about "As Selected", the option is likely still available in your Internet Explorer browser.

 

Browser > Internet Explorer 11

Open the email / browser window you want to print

Left-Click and hold > highlight / drag and select the area on the screen you wish to include in your print

 

Click File > Print Preview

 

CHANGE As laid out on screen to As selected on Screen    

Toggle  Headers / footers section   On / Off

Select / change Shrink to fit or page size percentage

Select / change  Portrait or Landscape

Click Printer icon   >

Under Page Range > Select Selection > Print

 

 

Reference:

Dragon Document - Help, suggestions, and examples:

Manage Print Output with Print Preview

 

Section: 

Internet Explorer - Print Browser View “As Selected”

 

 

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Dragon-Fur
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