Google Cloud Print Setting Up Chromebook

One of the cool service offered by Google is Google Cloud Print. Using this service, you can print any kind of content from a cloud-print aware application. It also works on Chromebook. On this web page, we’ll explain the correct procedure to perform google cloud print setup Chromebook. This included 2 major steps.

Now, let’s see both the steps in detail.

Step 1: Set up a classic network-attached printer or a cloud-ready printer

Network-attached printer

Cloud-Ready printer

To know how to perform the print operation using the google cloud print setup Chromebook, read the section below.

Step 2: Print using Google Cloud Print

  • On the Chrome browser’s main screen, click the Menu icon followed by the Print option.
  • On the Print dialog box, click the Change button below the Destination section.
  • Scroll down the Select a Destination window, then select the configured printer.
  • Now, return to the Print dialog box, then set other print preferences as per your desire. Finally, click Print.
  • Now, the selected page will be printed by the printer.

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