Yep – Free. Why pay for a feature that should be in SharePoint to begin with?
The solution is pretty simple. You get a shiny new ribbon button on your Lists, Libraries and Display forms that allows you to print views and list items – without all of the SharePoint chrome and branding. It can print Calendars – Day, Week and Month views in a print-friendly format. It can even print InfoPath-enabled forms and all of your custom lists types.
(The Print View icon on the List ribbon)
(The Print Item icon on the Display Form)
(Example of a printed Announcement item)
You can download the solution here: https://sharepointadept.com/printit-for-sharepoint/ Documentation is included in the ZIP file.
I hope you find it useful. As always, I appreciate your comments and suggestions.
Also – I will be at the SharePoint Conference 2012 (SPC12) in Las Vegas this November. If you are attending and would like to chat about all-things-SharePoint let me know. Take care.
Thanks for sharing this solution with your readers and saving them a potential $800!
I also add a huge thanks. Will this work with 2013?
Hi – you’re welcome! This version will not work on 2013. I am in the process of writing the 2013 version now. Should have it done soon.
When can we have version to work on SharePoint 2013
Working on it.