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How to enable a 'command bar' to Chrome?

Posted on 2014-07-17
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In IE I can enable the 'command bar' to show several quick-launch icons.  I believe the primary one my customers use is the one for printing.  And, I now see how to add a print button in Firefox.

Is there a way to add this to Chome as well?  If so, what are the specific steps?  TIA
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1. Open Chrome.

2. Right-click the Bookmarks bar and select Add Page.

3. In the Name textbox, input the word Print.

4. In the URL textbox, input the following:
javascript:window.print()

5. Make sure that the Bookmarks bar folder is selected and click OK.

or just drag this link to your Bookmarks bar: Print.


FYI,
http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/3020/google_chrome_add_print_button/
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