Printing from Google Chrome is a bit trickier than printing from, say, Pages. In order to see the familiar print dialogue box you need to follow these simple instructions.
OK, this is for you, Jane, and anyone else who has to print on that 4 X 9 card stock that's often used for invitations and the like. I've posted my settings below. Remember how I said this is non-intuitive, so with your specific printer you may have to fiddle with the settings.
With a passion!
I'm posting this Tech Tip so that I won't have to wrestle with this issue the next time it rears its ugly head; and, trust me, it will.
Believe it or not, I knew someone who used to use the Trash Can as a place to store documents. One day, doing some routine maintenance, I just decided to empty the Trash Can and, holy smokes, I thought the Apocalypse had arrived!
My earlier post discussed how to make grid lines visible when printing a Numbers spreadsheet. The idea is to make it more readable. Here is a better way to do that while making your printed out put more visually appealing.
By default, Numbers does not print grid lines. Someone figured no one wanted that, but it's clear that a lot of folks do want grid lines to help make a spreadsheet more readable. There actually is a better way to do that without turning on grid lines, but let's start with that.