How to print "current page" in a Google document?

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In MS Word, when you want to print the page (in a long document) where the cursor currently is, its pretty easy you just go print current page.

How can you do the same in a Google document without having to look up what page you are on?
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no - you locate the page in the document pane

then select a page or range of pages:print page chrome

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Yeah I know that, that is what I am doing at the moment but its not even obvious what page you are on because the stupid print preview doesnt show and neither is it mentioned in the page.   Only when scrolling does a tiny little label appear in the right margin scroll bar.  Hopeless because when you are in the print mode, you have to cancel and start scrolling again to determine what page you are on.
try More tools ―> Save page as...

to see if it saves correctly
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I don’t see the relevancy of the last comment.
If you go to Insert – Header & page number – Page number, you can insert page numbers in your document. When you’re in Print Preview, dragging the scroll bar to the right of the document should show you the page number you’re on.

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I don’t see the relevancy of the last comment.
you can open the saved pages in Word

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