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Not sure of the QUESTION..? Do you want to print colour or black and white..? Anyway,try this, bring up image , at top left click on Fix , at top right click on Auto Adjust then go down to Adjust Colour click on and hold Saturation Slider move to left to remove colour ,right to add colour go to print and it should give you a black / white image. Remember to return image back to original colour or image will return to file in b/w hope this works for you..goodluck...T.C.
You need to copy the border you created in the border creater software to a border folder on you computer that you have created to store you borders in.There is a folder on the CD that came with the machine that
I would suggest you copy to your hardrive as this will need to then be copied to a compact flash card that is then installed in the expansion slot on the inside of the ribbon carrier door.If you save your new border to the folder on you hardive you can always back it up at anytime.If you
print different sizes you will need to create a border for each size of print. Once you have installed the card in the machine switch it on and
go to the print option screen and you will see the border ikon is not greyed out but now active simply select this option and the the border you require.Then it should print.
You need to really defining "Border-less Printing". Are you speaking of printing border-less photos? Or do you mean border-less documents.
Border less photos are usually set up in the printer's driver, providing that the printer's hardware allows this function. Some printers, especially older models, cannot print to the edge of a page by design.
Have you tried using different software for your printing.
Something that will give you more scope and resolution Options.
Such As Paint Shop Pro et,c. Or try and locate the default program for the hardware. Also try opening and re-saving the photos in a different Format i.e J-peg Or Bitmap. The canon is probably used to it,s own specific format. Finally is to check the paper-scaling, you,ll have to do various test prints at allocated sizes, to ensure the printers doing the scaling that it should be.
Hope this is helpful for you.
Regards Mike @ Compurepair.