Printing from Chrome

I am having problems (as well as other employees in my company) printing from Google Chrome.  As an example, you have your email account opened up in Chrome (Google Apps).  You click the email message and then the printer icon to print the message.  When you press the printer icon a print preview displays what is suppose to print.  Instead about half of the time blank pages will print.  Same with attachments.  If you click on an attachment in your email and it opens in Chrome, it too will print blank pages.  What is weird is that you can turn around an do what you just did to print whether it be right clicking and choosing print or ctrl-p and the pages will then print.  I have tried to see if right clicking the page and choosing print makes a difference and it is still 50/50.  Same with pressing ctrl-P.  

Just trying to see if anyone else has seen this behavior and what steps they took to resolve.  

Thanks!
krhoades7601Asked:
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☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
Do you see the same problem if you use Ctrl+Shift+"P" to open the print dialogue in Chrome?

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Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
If you use CTRL-p, then click on the Print using system dialog... ― last line in left hand column ― and you will see the regular Print interface (as if you had used Ctrl+Shift+P, as MASQ pointed out!)
krhoades7601Author Commented:
Thank you the Ctrl+Shift+P seems to work!  Why is it not working the other way?
EdTechyCommented:
In OS X, I have found it way more reliable to choose your printer using "Print using System Dialog..." in the Chrome print window and choosing your printer from there. Or, similar to MSAQ suggestion, Command+Option+P. I think it has to do with the protocol Chrome uses to discover printers versus the protocol used when you install a printer on your computer.
Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
This is how the CTRL+P has worked in Chrome for quite some time now.
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