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Found this on the Newegg website. Hope this helps.
If you want to go Bluetooth wireless (and you should) be aware that you must use the Toshibia Bluetooth "Stack" driver and not the Microsoft Bluetooth Stack driver on Window's PC's. I found this out by going to Canon's website and downloading the "full" online manual. It has a very nice section on setting up Bluetooth. Anyway, no problem as newegg has a very nice "Zoom" brand Bluetooth PC-Card for laptops that uses the Toshiba Drivers. Just pop in the CD that comes with the PC-Card and follow directions. You can go to Toshiba's website and download latest "stack" driver later. It's a little tricky to get the upload to "take" but it will work. Newegg should offer the PC-Card as an optional bundle (with the printer)like they do the Canon printer's Bluetooth adapter. This way you get everything you need and know that they all work together. I wish newegg sold the battery too.
1. Raise the input tray, which you may fold over the top for compact storage. Lower the output tray at the bottom.
2. Slide the "paper-width guide" on the input tray to the left. This is the small, adjustable tab situated where you will place the stack of paper.
3. Load a small stack of paper into the input tray. Make sure short side is forward and the print side is up. For some paper, it makes no difference which side is up. Slide the stack down until it stops.
4. Slide the paper-width guide to the right, snug up against the stack of paper to ensure proper alignment.
1. click start 2. click printer and faxes 3. right click your installed printer and then properties 4. click printing preferences 5. click maintenance tab there you should see alignment option click it
Disable any Firewall/Antivirus you have running and try a new print. If still an issue, go to Start - All Programs - Accessories - Right-click on Notepad and choose 'Run as Administrator' (if on Vista/W7). Try to print this notepad document. If it prints, it's Windows User Account Control that is blocking the print. This can be disabled in the Control Panel - User Accounts.
If it's wireless, you can try re-installing the printer using USB connection in order to eliminate the wireless network as the issue. If it's still an issue, you can check your computer manufacturers website for updates for your chipset (USB drivers).
are you facing same problem with other document like notepad ...... please check it please ..... open a notepad type some thing like test print and give print and check its comes blank pages or not .... if its not coming please check the document setting how many pages your document heaving you can give number pages you want to print ....... if you facing same problem with notepad please post you comment ........... and try to uninstall the printer driver and reinstall it ..............
to get to the root cause of the problem . you can try printing from the notepad and check it prints fine from the notepad . if it prints fyn then there can be some issues with the software compatibility.. which version you have for microsoft office.