This article explains how to preview and print a work order with Work Order Snap.
Work Order Snap is an extension for your Google Chrome web browser, and you can install the extension from the Google Chrome Web Store.
You can create and save a new work order with Work Order Snap, then open a work order you created to preview it. You can then print the work order to your printer.
Steps To Preview and Print a Work Order
Step 1: Make sure your printer is ready to print
You should first make sure your printer is able to print a work order. Here’s a few quick troubleshooting steps to make sure you can print
- Is the printer turned on?
- Is there enough paper in the printer AND is no paper jammed in the printer?
- If the printer is wireless or WIFI enabled, is it connected to your local network?
- Can you print a test page to the printer with the same computer?
If you are confident your printer is ready to print, then you are ready to print a work order with Work Order Snap.
Step 2: Open an existing work order
Open Work Order Snap and make sure you are viewing the work order list screen, where you are viewing your recent work orders. Click the Open button of the work order you want to preview.
You might not have any existing work orders in your recent work orders screen. If you have no existing work orders, you need to first create and save a work order. You can then click the Open button and preview the work order.
Step 3: Open your web browser print feature
Your Chrome web browser has a built-in printing feature. To use this print feature, click the Print button in the upper left part of the work order view screen.
After clicking the Print button, your web browser print feature will open as shown below.
There is a printer selection field titled Destination on this screen. You can use the printer selection to select from your available print options.
Note that you can also save a work order as a PDF file, so you can easily share your work order with others and without printing.
Preview and Print Work Orders
Step 4: Print the Work Order
With your print destination selected, you can now print your work order. Press the Print button in your web browser print feature.
If your printer is ready to print, then the work order printing should begin and print your work order.
This article showed the steps to preview and print a work order with Work Order Snap. If you have any questions on how to preview and print a work order, please contact us. Do you have any ideas on how Work Order Snap could make reviewing and printing a work order better? Let us know!