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I have tried a link but it doesn't seem to work
canon pixma ip 1200
Sorry, but Canon's Support page doesn't even list a Pixma ip1200--are you sure you have the correct model #? Here is a link directly to their download page: http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=DownloadIndexAct
You will have to select "printers" in the first drop-down menu bar, "Pixma series" in the second drop-down, and then select the appropriate model number in the drop-down after that. Finally, click on the "Go" button, and the next page will have a picture of that printer at the top, with another drop-down box where you must select your computer's operating system. Once you have selected that, look for the box with the header: "Drivers" (it will be the first one).
Under that, look for a red series of letters and numbers that will begin with your printer's model # and ends with either ".exe" (Windows operating systems) or ".dmg" (Macintosh operating systems): that will be the link you need to click on. When you do, it will take you to a page giving details of the actual download. Be sure you read the "Download and Installation Instructions." (If you know how to take a "screenshot," you may want to do that on the instructions for future reference.) Then, you will have to "agree" to their terms and conditions by clicking on the "I agree" button to actually download the file. After that, the download will begin automatically. Follow the installation instructions, restart your computer, and you're ready to go! Note that there are also manuals and some other software that came with the printer (if any) available for download from the same page. Just follow the instructions above for any of those you care to have. You may want to go ahead and download any manuals or other .pdf files you want BEFORE you download the driver software and restart you computer, so you don't have to come back to that page a second time. Also note that after the restart, you will probably have to go into your Control Panel-->Printer Setup (in Windows) or your System Preferences--->Print & Fax (for Macintosh), and "select" the new printer driver for your printer. Although it's pretty self-explanatory in the newer operating systems, if you have a problem doing this, just post again and we'll do our best to walk you through it.
Hope this helps! Ken Here's that link, again, just in case: http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=DownloadIndexAct
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