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Unwanted file names

My photos are printed with the file name printed on them, wasting space. The file name is not shown on "Print Preview", but is shown on the Canon preview.

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Re: Unwanted file names

Go to this link; then click on product/software manuals. There are several documents for different operating systems, download the correct ones and hopefully you will find the answer - i am fairly sure that there is a way to turn the file name/title feature off in the software application - try playing with the stamp settings, also try reinstalling an updated driver to see if the problem is a driver glitch The User guide seems pretty helpful, but i couldn't find anything from a quick scan - hopefully you have more luck hope this helps :) please post again if not Hope this helps

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Canon iP4500 colour management

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