The incorrect page is printed when select 'current page' in Edge print preview

The incorrect page is printed when select 'current page' in Edge print preview

Summary: "The last page is printed when you select the 'current page' option when initiating a print of a preview page item in the Edge browser of Windows 10 Redstone 3 systems".

Last page printed.

Windows 10 Redstone 3 systems may not print the desired page when you select to print the "Current Page" in the preview window using the Edge Browser.

Steps to reproduce this issue:

  1. Connect to the Internet, then open a webpage via Microsoft Edge.
  2. Click 'Settings and more' -> select 'Print' in the menu -> Preview all the pages from first one to last page in right Preview window
  3. Go back to the page that you decide to print
  4. Choose "Current page" item in pull down list in Pages
  5. The printed page will be the last page rather than the the current page.

This issue is caused by Edge’s print dialog not getting the correct page number event when you preview or select different pages


Close the Edge browser or start another browser window.

Then navigate to the page you need to print directly instead of previewing all pages and going back to the desired page to print, and then select "Current Page" to print.


The solution for this issue will be part of the Windows 10 Redstone 4 release next year.

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Article ID: SLN307800

Last Date Modified: 10/16/2018 11:43 AM

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