The Google Chrome web browser is speedy, has a minimal design, and supports third party extensions and web apps. What more could you want from a web browser? How about a print preview feature?

Google has been working on adding print preview for months, but my buddies at Browser Scene noticed someone finally flipped the switch and added the feature to the latest test builds of the web browser.

If you download Google Chrome Canary and follow the instructions for enabling the print preview function.

Print preview on Chrome is still a work in progress, with some items failing to render properly or at all. But it’s good to see that Google is working on a way to see what a document or web page will look like before wasting your precious printer ink.

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