It is mostly seen that few users who are non-tech run into problems in Printing Web Pages on Google Chrome when they press the keys Ctrl and P simultaneously. In fact, some specific Chrome errors can also disturb print job that is done over the web, as the web page failed to load. Ifan error message“Aw, Snap!” pops up on screen while printing a web page that is opened on your Google chrome, the troubleshooting steps will be come in your handy easily when you obtain HP Printer Support by sitting at your home. It is the reliable and cost-effective service solution provided by expert team. They are skilled too much so your technical problem will be exterminated from the root within a pinch. Moreover, you can go through the steps mentioned in this blog as it will be effective for you.

How to Troubleshoot Problems Printing Web Pages on Google Chrome?

How to Troubleshoot Problems Printing Web Pages on Google Chrome?

Steps to Troubleshoot Problems Printing Web Pages on Google Chrome

You only need to focus on the below noted instructions rather wandering for solution to other person. Have a glimpse at here:

To Open The Print, Click The Given Hotkeys

What you should actually do to successfully print a web page from chrome is to press the hotkeys “Ctrl, Shift, and P” simultaneously from your keyboard. If that also fails to troubleshoot printing a web page, go ahead for more steps.

Delete Unwanted Printers On Google Cloud Print

If multiple devices are listed inside this Google service, then can’t print web page problem can occur due to having issues with chrome browser itself. Follow the below steps to annihilate the hurdle:

  • First, launch Google Chrome browser on your computer
  • Now, click on the three-dotted menu to the upper-right corner of Chrome and then choose “Settings” option from the given list
  • A new window will open, scroll your cursor down and click on “Advanced” button’s drop-down menu to select “Printing” option
  • Under ‘Printing’ section click on “Google Cloud Print”
  • Then, click “Manage Cloud Print devices”. In the next window, click on “Manage” option to delete the unused printer listed under Google Cloud Print
  • Once you see an active printer under Devices window, restart Chrome browser and re-print the web pages to check if that resolves the issue

If yet the same problem exists, read on to the next step.

Clear Cache Or History From Chrome And Reinstall Chrome

After uninstalling or deleting Google Chrome Browser’s history completely, and then reinstalling it on your computer system can allow you to print directly from the browser without any hassle. Follow the below steps one-by-one to clear the cache history:

  • On an active Chrome tab, press and hold down the hotkeys “Ctrl, Shift, and Delete” from your keyboard simultaneously
  • In the next dialog box, click on “Clear Data” after ensuring the three check boxes have a tick mark next to it
  • Later, uninstall Google Chrome. If you see a prompt to delete “Local Browsing History”while uninstalling it, tap “Accept” and proceed until you are done
  • Reboot your system and then reinstall Chrome
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