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  1. Cliff Snyder
    April 1, 2017 @ 5:26 pm

    I appreciate your trying to provide assistance, which is probably excellent for those technically inclined (and more patient). However, my attempt to print from a Chromebook was an abject failure. Fortunately, I was able to return the HP printer and get a refund. My understanding is that this is not a problem exclusive to HP printers. if I ever decide the ability to print is essential, I will ditch the Chromebook and replace it with something that is printer friendly.

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  2. Nick L
    April 25, 2017 @ 9:47 am

    Ive a Toshiba Chromebook which I link to my HP Envy4500 series printer via a usb cable.
    Printing output is variable with the main problem being whether its a doc ive created or a doc from another source the doc doesnt fit the page(print too large). Ive tried looking at the size of paper c/o print preview page but that doesnt seem to help
    Advice please

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  3. Sinco
    July 14, 2017 @ 10:06 am

    I have the exact same problem as Nick L. I have an Asus Chromebook C300. I bought a wireless Canon PIXMA MG3600 printer (on recommendation from PC World, as everything was supposed to be cloud ready!). I couldn’t get it to connect wirelessly. Was left in a bit of a hurry after spending HOURS of trying to get it to work. Eventually had to run into PC World and buy a USB cable to get it to talk to my C300. Located what I wanted to print in my docs folder, checked in print preview that it looked ok and it prints it out 4 inches x 3 inches on an A4 sheet of paper. Could someone tell me how to solve this ‘expensive’ problem? Would be much obliged.

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