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    Question Peculiar Printing issue - <Ctrl><P> doesn't work in Internet Explorer

    Upon selecting a child in SIMS and going to 'Attendance' in the right hand 'Links' menu, you have the option to 'Print' through the button at the top of the panel. In doing so with the default option you get a HTML file open in Internet Explorer. If you go to the 'cog' menu in Internet Explorer you can choose to Print the page and it gives you the expected Print dialog box, if you use <Ctrl><P> nothing happens. This is reproducible across multiple staff accounts in our site, is this the same for everyone on all sites?

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    Ctrl + P works fine here on SIMS output to IE and Chrome.
    Can you use Ctrl+P on any IE page?

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    Any other regular web page seems to allow <Ctrl><P> to print



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