Print From Mac’s Quick Look

I lot of people don’t know what Quick Look is. When you have a file name selected on your mac, you can hit spacebar to see what it looks like without opening it.  This works for images, pdfs, text files, videos, and more.  It’s a great time saver.  Well, I just discovered the neatness of being able to print from Quick Look.

  1. select the file you want to print
  2. hit spacebar to open a Quick Look of it
  3. then, hit CMD + P to send it to your printer.
  4. Smile






One response to “Print From Mac’s Quick Look”

  1. sophie Avatar

    Opening a doc from Mail Quciklook and printing with Command P will send the original email to the print, and not the document. At least in El Capitain.

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