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Chrome Printing

I want to print a webpage, it's a 6 page list of wineries. It ends in .com/wineries.php In Chrome it only prints 1 page of what is showing on my screen. In IE it prints all 6 pages.

Is that because of the .php page or a setting in Chrome? I'm in Windows 8.1. I see in Chrome settings it says relaunch in Windows 8. What does that mean? Aren't I in Win 8 now? If not then what is my Chrome running in?

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When this happens I use Firefox or other.
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No, but I clicked it to see what would happen

And I think it switched it to Metro Mode or something. The screen turned grey and the task bar disappeared and I just had some other funny looking icons at the bottom. I couldn't get back to my computer. I was getting frustrated and almost starting screaming. I finally got back into Chrome and then it said launch or relaunch in Desktop so I did that and put it back. Whew. Windows 8 is NOT Windows 8.1 Desktop.

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I am also unable to print whole web page
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Perils of other than the source.

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