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If you look at the back of the printer were you load A4 size paper you should be able to see guides that keep the A4 paper steady you should be able to adjust these slides to the size you want. It explains it in the manual: http://www.manualowl.com/m/Canon/PIXMA-MP520/Manual/122481
You posting shows a Dell 3100cn printer (laser), but you say it's a 926 (inkjet). If a 3100, pull the bottom paper cassette tray out and load the paper. Make sure the sttigs for the paper are correct, e.g. "Letter". If it's a 926, the paper goes in vertically at the top rear of the printer.
If yor printer soaks plain paper with too much ink, go to printer properties and change the media type to plain paper, and the print quality to Standard or even Draft.
If however you want to print pictures on photo paper, and they are too dark/saturated, you need to adjust the photos using some picture edit/touchup application - there are plenty of them available free online, or on computer magazine CDs etc.
I believe this is going to be a software issue. Do a print preview of the booklet first to see if they are showing up in the right order. If they are, then it is a printer issues and I really can't help you there, but it they aren't then you know it might be a software issue. Check you formatting on the document before you trying printing it again.
Recurring paper jams can be caused by broken parts, using too much paper in the in-tray, or parts (usually the rear door) not on all the way. This video explains how to fix a paper or carriage jam, but explains along the way the things to watch for. If you go through the steps in this video and you still get paper jammed, you may have a broken printer that needs to be replaced or repaired.