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In our office, a colleague obviously has a problem with their Chrome installation (15.0.847.106m). The print dialog does not show any preview, and it doesn't show the printers as well.

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Other browsers like Firefox do show the printers.

In OS X, I know that the "old style" system print dialog can be triggered with ⌥⌘P. Is there an equivalent for Windows? Where else should I look?

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You can use the system shortcut (in Windows or GNU/Linux) Ctrl-Shift-P to see the system dialog for printing as you desired, or you can disable Chrome's print preview alltogether if you type about:flags in the URL bar, scroll a little bit down, and disable Print Preview and then restart Google Chrome.


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Disabling print preview altogether fixed it for him, thanks! – slhck Nov 10 '11 at 12:07
It's been five years and Google has removed the setting named "Print Preview". Is there a new way to accomplish this? – Jeff May 30 at 19:48

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