Google Docs happens to be a unique application for the creation of official documents as it provides for futuristic collaboration amongst colleagues owing to its cloud-sharing facility. In this context, it becomes imperative to say that after the creation of the documents one may also be looking forward to the “print directly from Google Docs on any device” option which makes printing from Google Docs a reality.
Friends, I regularly resort to using the Google Docs application to share several official documents but quite often I also switch to “print directly from Google Docs on any device” for extracting the hard copies of the relevant files by adhering to the interactive process meant for printing from Google Docs.
So, here I would like to share a few methods which make printing from Google Docs possible irrespective of the media like a laptop, PC, or Android that you may be working on.
Step 1 - Just begin by opening your Gmail account on your internet browser followed by launching the Google Docs application by clicking on the square-sized menu icon displayed on the top-right corner of the screen.
Step 2 - Now when the Google Docs application gets launched just continue by locating the toolbar followed by clicking on the “File” menu option.
Step 3 - In the menu list shown consequently, just navigate to find and click on the “Print” option.
Step 4 - Now in the Print dialog box or window you should click on the drop-down menu shown corresponding to the “Destination” option to select the desired printer and if you don’t find a nearby printer then you must click on the “See More” option to find your specific printer.
Please note that if you are operating on Google Docs by being on Safari or the Firefox browser then as and when you give the “Print” command the Google Docs file will eventually get converted into a PDF after which you can continue printing.
Step 1 - Simply open the Google Docs application on your Android phone followed by clicking on the “More” option shown by the three vertical dots.
Step 2 - Now in the menu-based list that gets visible just navigate therein and tap on the “Share & Export” option followed by tapping on the “Print” option to reach the printing window.
Step 3 - Just continue by selecting your preferred printer and accomplishing the printing further.
Please note that for printing from Google Docs on your iPhone or iPad you may also have to adhere to a similar procedure as enshrined in the heading “Printing from Google Docs app on your Android mobile” as mentioned above.
With this, you will definitely be able to “print directly from Google Docs” on any device without any hassles.