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Need a set up manual for iP4300 Canon printer

I have a never used Canon printer and can't find the directions on how to set it up and make it print. We tried setting it up when we first got it but had problems understanding what we did wrong...now we can't find those directions...can I find them on the computer so we can finally set up the printer to work for us making pictures?

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I am trying to print a document, that has some coloured text sections, all in black and white. I am using Word for Mac on a Canon ip4300 Pixma printer. But I can't find out how? Any suggestions?


Go to file, then down to print, when the print dialog comes up click on copies and pages and go down to print settings and change from color to black and white or grayscale. Hope this helps.

Mar 20, 2011 | Canon PIXMA iP4300 InkJet Photo Printer

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I have ms xl & canon ip4300. I would like to


You need to go to canon.com and download the printing software there. That software has the options to print the way you describe.

Nov 05, 2009 | Canon PIXMA iP4300 InkJet Photo Printer

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How do I direct my Canon ip4300 Printer to no longer print from the normal black 5BGBK cartridge (empty) but to print from the 8BK (full)


You can't because CLI-8Bk ink cartridge is use only for photo printing.For text, document or gray scale printing the printer use PGI-5Bk.You need to replace your empty PGI-5Bk.

Oct 19, 2009 | Canon PIXMA iP4300 InkJet Photo Printer

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Lines on a photo when printed


The print quality usually depends on the program you're using to print them on your pc.
Your camera only ever sends photos to your printer, so the best settings are already selected by the camera and it's built-in photo program.
Your printer doesn't 'know' whether your printing a document or a photo, so the settings for each program on your computer are basic (known as default settings), and need to be changed by you to get the best from your printer
Find the settings that let you alter the printers options (in Word, it's FILE \ PRINT \ PROPERTIES), and make sure the printer output is set to maximum quality, and that photo paper is selected as the paper type.
Some options such as 'maximum quality' only appear when you've chosen 'photo paper', and some printers (such as the ip4300) have seperate options for gloss or matte paper, so go through all of them until you see what you need.

Hope that helps :)

Oct 06, 2008 | Canon PIXMA iP4300 InkJet Photo Printer

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IP 4300 Canon Printer printing horisontal gray lines


To solve this problema, proceed with LF correction procedure, which is well documented on Canon IP4300 simplified service manual (it can be found at Emule network). This procedure prints some patterns and the user has to choose the best among them. One of them will probably enough to compensate (or, at least, to minimize the problem to the point that naked eyes can't observe it) the line feeding error which causes dark horizontal lines along the printer lifetime (probably because of feed roller wearing).

Jan 22, 2008 | Canon PIXMA iP4300 InkJet Photo Printer

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