Unable To Print T2 With New Print Dialog

Anyone else having an issue printing T2's? Both the quick print of a schedule or the printing of the whole T2 won't work with the new fancy printer dialog. I use a Microsoft Surface for my work. I can build a PDF using the built in system within profile, but cannot print.

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My V2017.1.0 T2 needs to rename to "FPZ.old" again to get the printing work. Can't email any of its PDF files still. And can only print page 1 (out of 4 pages) of the prior year's Schedule 10. 

If the mentioned new fancy printer dialog relates to "Generating.... , Sending.....  & Print successfully generated" messages shown, mine takes 40+ seconds to print just the "tax Summary"!!

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Louis Kam , CPA, CGA

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