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Canon MultiPass Mp730 Drivers And manuals for Windows computers.

Here I will show you where to find drivers and documentation for the canon MultiPass mp730 photo printer - copier - fax - scanner.

Driversfor this printer are available for Windows 98, windows ME, windows Xp, WindowsVista, windows vista 64bit editions, windows 7 and windows 7 64bit editions.

A full on screen manual, quick start guide and other instructions are also available.

To download these drivers and or documentation foryour printer please visit
THIS PAGE





1. Click on Drivers & downloads

2. Select your OS ( Operating system, windows, macetc )

3. All available drivers, documents etc will beavailable below.
For some of the documents a PDF reader may berequired to open and read / print them.

To obtain a PDF reader, read this page
PDF Documents. Pdfreader(s)

Thank you for reading and I hope your printer isup and running again.
-Ekse


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I have a canon MP730 and it is connected to my HP computer. I can print a word processed document and any material online onto the MP730. However, I am not able to command the scanner from my HP computer to scan and save.My HP computer is not detecting the scanner on the MP730.


Theres a few things you can do, HP normally makes you install a slew of programs with the driver, see if you can find the program called something like "HP Scan" and try to use that to scan things. If that does that work, reinstall the driver.
Hope that helped!

May 04, 2011 | Canon MultiPASS MP730 All-In-One InkJet...

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I don't know how to fax


The control panel LCD also provides menus to operate the copy and fax modes independently of a PC. One nice touch: the LCD displays small and large type on the same screen, allowing more information about a print job to show at one time. b.gif 21262659-2-200-dt2.gif
The flash card reader under the control panel means you don't need a PC to print photos.

The MP730, while easy to operate, lacks some of the advanced features you might find on separate printers or faxes. For example, the MP730 can't collate copy jobs. To make more than one collated copy of a multipage document, you have to place the document in the ADF several times. Nor can the MP730 sync fax numbers entered by hand or accessed from within the Windows Address Book (Canon doesn't provide its own fax/address-book software), so you may end up duplicating efforts. Nor does Canon's software create group dials from your address book on your PC or provide a cover sheet. Finally, the MP730 can't forward faxes to another number or hold a fax to send when nighttime low rates kick in, which other multifunctions do.

Still, the MP730 provides plenty of features we do like. Using the menus with the Photo Print mode, you can print a photo contact sheet, pick individual images to print, and set up the printer to copy or print onto high-quality glossy paper. In the Copy mode, menus let you print two reduced originals side by side or print the same image on the same page several times (useful for business cards, name tags, and so on). The fax engine distinguishes voice from fax, sending voice calls to your phone or an answering machine and sending fax calls to the printer or to buffer memory so that you don't have to get a second phone line installed for your fax.

Installing the MP730 software is slow but idiot-proof: You just pop in the CD and follow instructions, which require restarting your PC several times. Canon bundles the MP730 with ScanSoft's OmniPage SE, a lite version of the best optical-character recognition software on the market, and NewSoft's Presto PageManager 6.0, one of the best document-management databases available.
The MultiPass MP730 won't replace top-of-the-line printers and scanners, but its print and scan speeds keep up with other multifunctions' as well as that of most as midrange ink-jet printers and scanners on the market today. In our tests, it printed ordinary text at 6.4 pages per minute and printed CNET's high-resolution test photo in 3.7 minutes. For comparison, the Lexmark X5150 (only $149 but without fax capability or automatic document feeder) prints text at a more common 5.2 pages per minute, and printed our test photo in about 2 minutes. Canon's MP730 scans a page of black in 9.4 seconds and a page of color in 20 seconds; that's seconds faster than the HP PSC 1210. And the Canon makes copies in 18.7 seconds; that's almost twice as fast the HP PSC 1210.

Unfortunately, the MP730 delivers a mixed bag on image quality. When printing, better paper has a big effect. When we printed text on ordinary paper, for instance, it looked grayish instead of black, and a gray shadow haunted the edges of letterforms, while on coated (not glossy) inkjet paper, text popped out in a solid black and looked much cleaner. Our color photo on ordinary paper looked very dotty, had rough transitions between shades, made a blob of detailed areas, printed lines with jagged edges, and mixed inappropriate colors; coated inkjet paper improved detail and let colors appear in the right hues, though much too saturated. And on top-quality glossy paper, textures, shading, and transitions suddenly looked right, and we saw sharp, clear detail.

Grayscale scans on the MP730 when compared with other scans seemed overexposed, losing paler shades of gray along with some detail, while color scans showed accurate colors and fairly good detail despite somewhat grainy textures.

Jan 27, 2010 | Canon MultiPASS MP730 All-In-One InkJet...

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I have documents in memory recieved from fax but I can not print then. shows they are in memory but nothing happens.


http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&fcategoryid=238&modelid=9035#SupportDetailAct

Click "Support and Service" Tab
Ask question: "print faxes in memory"
Click "Search" button

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Dec 03, 2009 | Canon MultiPASS MP730 All-In-One InkJet...

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How do I scan and e-mail pdf documents from the MP730?


Scanners scan a document in picture format(JPEG) dot per dot. Their are complete programs out ther that will scan a document and turn it into a text fine. They are far more expensive that just copy a picture of some words on a page, Typical scanner function. I hope I have explained it well.  

Feb 17, 2009 | Canon MultiPASS MP730 All-In-One InkJet...

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Canon Multipass MP700


When trying to print color documents or photos using our Canon MultiPASS 700, the photo or document will have stripes all the way through it. It has also developed a problem of having fine lines that do not print when we are printing a black and white document.

Dec 03, 2007 | Canon MultiPASS MP730 All-In-One InkJet...

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