Print/Print-Preview Button

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Avatar, Jun 16, 2011.

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    Avatar Guest

    Is there a way to add a Print - Print-Preview button in IE 9 like they
    used to have in earlier versions?
    I was not able to find the customize toolbar link.
    Maybe I didn't know where to look.
    I miss this feature!
    Regards and thanks in anticipation.
    Avatar
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    Avatar, Jun 16, 2011
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    SC Tom Guest

    Right-click anywhere on the address bar, and select "Command bar." You can
    customize it to have both Print and Print Preview, or just click on the down
    arrow next to the printer and select Print Preview.

    Not too happy with the new look and somewhat limited
    functionality/performance of IE9 myself. I may just go back to IE8; it's a
    much more enjoyable experience for me.
     
    SC Tom, Jun 16, 2011
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    Avatar Guest

    Worked perfectly. Thanks very much for the quick solution.
    I agree - IE 8 had better ease of functionality.
    I am set to try out the IE 10 preview shortly on another machine.
    Not too sure what it has left out!
    Regards.
    :)
     
    Avatar, Jun 16, 2011
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    SC Tom Guest

    You're welcome!
    Let us know what you think of IE10. Maybe they'll roll some of IE8 into it
    to make it nicer than IE9. I'm yet to understand why moving things around
    and locking them in place can be considered "new and improved." Kind of like
    a "new and improved" candy bar. Does that mean the old one was "old and
    crappy?" From what I've seen, it means they're now charging you more for
    less product, and IMO, IE9 falls into that category (even if it is free).
     
    SC Tom, Jun 16, 2011
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    Avatar Guest


    Did check out IE10. It was just a "platform preview".
    It did not have any menu bar or other toolbars, and the address bar was
    not there as well. Thus no back or forward and other buttons as well.
    However, it did render pages very fast. I tried websites filled with
    complex layouts as MSNBC and they came up impressively quickly.
    This preview was more of a curiosity for now. May be they will have a
    beta version soon!
    :)
     
    Avatar, Jun 18, 2011
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    Dean Guest

    What must I do to return to IE8? I have Win7 Home Prem. How do I
    uninstall IE9?

    dean
     
    Dean, Jul 17, 2011
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    SC Tom Guest

     
    SC Tom, Jul 17, 2011
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    SC Tom Guest

    Whoops, premature button-ation :)

    Go to Control Panel > Programs and Features and click on View installed
    updates in the left panel. Under Microsoft Windows is an entry for Windows
    Internet Explorer 9. Highlight it and click on Uninstall at the top of the
    page.
     
    SC Tom, Jul 17, 2011
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