Google Cloud Print is finally becoming fairly useful, thanks to a third-party Chrome extension that lets you print any .txt or .doc file, and now it has updated with support for Gmail and Google Docs.
Once you install the extension, you can print email in Gmail using the option on the right, Gmail attachments have a new option, and you can use the menus to access the print function in Google Docs. Don’t know how to setup Google Cloud Print? We’ve got you covered with a guide to how it works. Note: the server software has to be installed on a Windows PC.
Print Using Google Cloud Print [Chrome Web Store]