Utilized the below tutorial on creating a powerapp that creates a QR code based on user input (typing name). The QR generates as expected but when actioning to print, the QR doesn't show in preview nor does it print out. Looking for assistance on how to best handle this.
Make sure in the print dialog that you have checked the option for Background graphics. You should see and print them then.
I hope this is helpful for you.
Not really. It is something that applies to the way browsers print their pages. If you actually were dealing with a web page though, there are some hacks. But this does not apply to PowerApps.
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