Window Print

To print a document using JavaScript and HTML, you can utilize the window.print() method. Here’s an example:


<button onclick="printDocument()">Print Document</button>


function printDocument() {

In the above code, a button with the label “Print Document” is defined. When the button is clicked, the printDocument function is called. Inside the function, window.print() is used to trigger the print functionality of the browser.

When the window.print() method is invoked, the browser’s print dialog will open, allowing the user to select a printer and customize print settings. After the user confirms the print settings, the document will be sent to the selected printer for printing.

You can place the button or trigger the printDocument function as per your application’s requirements, such as on a button click, a menu option, or any other even