Question about Canon iR 2022 Printer
The only thing I can suggest is to run a printer calibration. This will be in the set up menu. If there is not an option for this in the menu reinstall the software. At the end it should ask you to print a test page at which time it will align itself. You know, first I would check the print menu on yor printer to make sure you did no set it to A4 as the default.
Posted on Jan 07, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To scan and send the documents via. e-mail. First of all you must run the setup from the cannon cd (comes with printer), use full installation (recommended option) complete the installation.
If this is already done then :-
1] Put the document that you want to scan in the scanner,
2]Open "control panel" and open "scanners and cameras" folder. (switch to classic view if needed)
3]Switch on the printer (if it's on only then proceed to next step)
4]You will see your scanner icon (if necessary refresh the screen)
5]Open it and click "next"
6] (OPTIONAL) Select scan image type.
8]Choose a place to save your image.(default is my pictures)
10]and now image scan starts, at last click on finished.
11]Now open your e-mail account, choose "compose mail" fill in the details
12]now select "browse" (for gmail) or select upload file
13]select the address of the image where you saved it (default my pictures)
14]click ok.(you can only upload 1 file at a time)
15]send the mail. !!
16]Thus, you can send image by scanning like as stated above .
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
You have to erase it from it's memory. If you have already tried to cancel it via your pc and it didn't work, try this: turn off the printer. Entirely, from the wall socket. Turn off your computer. Then turn them on again. Both the computer and your printer should erase the document from their memory, so it will stop the printing.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
SOURCE: We bought a canon pixma
Some info from Canon's site in the specs:
Max. Document SizeFlatbed:8.5" x 11.7"
ADF: 8.5" x 14"
This machine can only copy legal documents if you put them in the sheet feeder, not on the flatbed.
As for the paper supply, the cassette is indeed too small for legal paper. The automatic sheet feeder, however, will handle legal paper. That's the tray in the rear that you use for specialty paper; see page 17 of the Getting Started manual.
If you use the ADF and the rear tray, you can copy legal documents. That may not be as convenient a solution as you were hoping for, but it is better than no solution at all.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
SOURCE: I have a Pixma MP470
I can help you with this problem. However, I am not sure that attempting to do so via email back and forth is the best method to take? You have multiple issues going on that need to be addressed one by one and my answer on the method to repair this problem will will change based on your reponse to my questions. We may get lost & I dont want you to become frustrated in the meantime - but I will give thie method my best shot. Here goes . . .
1. the problem you are having has nothing to do with your anti-virus or firewall
2. Removing & reinstalling the software is NOT going to fix this problem
3. If your pc is producing a 4x6 "picture" then it is doing what it is supposed to do by default if your intention is to produce a "picture" to send to someone via email
4. It doesn't matter whether you have a "digital camera" or not, you CANNOT skip installing that portion of the printers software if you intend on ever using the scanner function.
5. Be careful of your teminology used to describe your problem in this matter and understand that a "document" and a "picutre" are two totally different things (each has their own specific set up with your printer - they are handled by two different programs - and chosing one or the other gives totally different results based on a default setting).
6. Regardless of the size of the image, document, or picture chosen as a default for scanning, when your intention is to send it to someone via email when finished, the software is always going to change the output size to 4x6 or less because email programs have specific size limitations on what you can attach or include. So you can sit and change it over and over again - and it won't matter. Unless you pay for additonal storage size on your email account, your email program is going to automatically scale it down to whatever is necessary in order to send it. If you turned off this feature in email, it would just not send the email and you would get an error message that your mail cannot be sent. If the person on the other end wants a larger size than what you are sending to them they have the option to edit the image and enlarge it after receipt. So the size used to get the image to pass via email should be of no concern if you are sending "pictures". The only type of image that the size would matter if forwarding it to someone via email - would be a "document". The receiver cannot enlarge a text document to a bigger size without changing the flow of the text and messing up what you intended to send to them. A text document is always saved as a regular paper size which is not 8x10 its 8 1/2" x 11"
In order to use a "all in one machine", you need to install three things in printing software. One is a printing driver for the ability to just print something from your computer and send it to a printer. The second type of driver is photo editing, because you want to be able to scan both pictures and text documents and they are two different things. So you need the ability to edit a photo when scanning and saving or sending via email. The last thing is a text scanning driver in order to scan and save documents created in software like microsoft word or adobe acrobat documents which are called "pdf" format. There are additional driver requirements for doing things like faxing (and faxing from your pc and sending the image to your printer to forward via telephone to fax and scanning an image with your scanner to send via fax are two totally different things)
What you need to do to solve your issue is to make sure you are using the "document" scanning choice default - when you want to scan a text document - and that will create and save it in a letter size or 8 1/2" x 11" AND use the "picture" scanning choice by default when you intend on creating an image file or actual picture - that you want to be able to send by email - using email server restricted size rules - which are smaller than a 4 x 6.
When you go to scan something and open the software, you should have two options to choose from - 1. do you want to scan a text document? or 2. Do you want to scan a picture? Each one has its own settings. If you trying to scan a picture and choosing your "text document" default choice at the beginning - it is not going to give you the result at the end that you want. Just like trying to scan a text file and save it as a picture is also not going to give you the end results that you want.
You can change the default scanning choices for a text document and a picture image and if you have done that - it can lead to all sorts of other nighmares when trying to use a simple scan function. If you changed the default, I would need to troubleshoot this - step by step - by walking you through scanning a text document and checking certain places in the canon sofware along the way and then do the same thing for a picture image scan. If you have changed the default, you can either uninstall and reinstall the printer software and choose the default settings for both document and picture when completing the installation OR use the chat support option in Fixya so that you can have an expert sit with you and correct the problem as mentioned above.
I know that I threw a lot at you in a single email - and I am unsure as to whether you can take it all in and make sense of it in a single session? But at least I have answered your questions to the best of my ability using this email option choice to remedy this situation. I hope this helps and wish you good luck!
Posted on May 03, 2011
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