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I am unable to find a way to generate a print preview using Safari 5.0.7533.16 on Windows XP Pro SP3.

Google searches indicate that either a) there is a way to generate a print preview that I cannot find, or b) this functionality used to exist but has been removed, at least for some Windows platforms.

I know that Chrome (which also uses the WebKit engine) does not yet have a Print Preview option (according to Google, this is planned for version 6) - perhaps the possible absence of the option in Safari 5.0 is related to a hurdle in the latest WebKit involving print previews.

If anyone could shed some light on how to generate print previews in Safari on Windows, it would be much appreciated. Thanks!

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Have you tried Ctrl+P or Ctrl+Shift+P? – random Aug 11 '10 at 20:49
Thanks, but neither of those worked. Ctrl+P is the same as selecting "Print..." from the Safari menu, while Ctrl+Shift+P brings up the "Page Setup" window but does not offer a preview. – Josh Aug 11 '10 at 21:16
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Hit Alt+F to bring up the file menu, and you should then see Print Preview as your 12th option. (I do). It's a bit unfortunate that they don't make it easier to find!

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There it is! Thank you. – Josh Aug 11 '10 at 21:14

Double-click the Alt key and it should open a menu on top. Then from the "Document" dropdown menu you should see "print preview".

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