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Stripes in printing pictures in canon ip2700


Run the utility maintenance printer coming with the printer , for to clean the head from your printer.
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Jul 28, 2013 | Canon iP2700 Inkjet Photo Printer

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I want to scan OCR with my canon MP250


hi..
The best software for that is abbyy finereader.
home version or professional.
preserve the original image scanner without changing it, staying intact, and places the OCR below the original image and can edit the OCR and image individually, creating a searchable PDF keeping the original image without changes, among other functions.
OCR PDF ICR OMR Software Optical Character Recognition PDF and Linguistic...

Sep 03, 2012 | Canon Pixma Mp250 Allinone Inkjet Photo...

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I don't know how to fax


The control panel LCD also provides menus to operate the copy and fax modes independently of a PC. One nice touch: the LCD displays small and large type on the same screen, allowing more information about a print job to show at one time. b.gif 21262659-2-200-dt2.gif
The flash card reader under the control panel means you don't need a PC to print photos.

The MP730, while easy to operate, lacks some of the advanced features you might find on separate printers or faxes. For example, the MP730 can't collate copy jobs. To make more than one collated copy of a multipage document, you have to place the document in the ADF several times. Nor can the MP730 sync fax numbers entered by hand or accessed from within the Windows Address Book (Canon doesn't provide its own fax/address-book software), so you may end up duplicating efforts. Nor does Canon's software create group dials from your address book on your PC or provide a cover sheet. Finally, the MP730 can't forward faxes to another number or hold a fax to send when nighttime low rates kick in, which other multifunctions do.

Still, the MP730 provides plenty of features we do like. Using the menus with the Photo Print mode, you can print a photo contact sheet, pick individual images to print, and set up the printer to copy or print onto high-quality glossy paper. In the Copy mode, menus let you print two reduced originals side by side or print the same image on the same page several times (useful for business cards, name tags, and so on). The fax engine distinguishes voice from fax, sending voice calls to your phone or an answering machine and sending fax calls to the printer or to buffer memory so that you don't have to get a second phone line installed for your fax.

Installing the MP730 software is slow but idiot-proof: You just pop in the CD and follow instructions, which require restarting your PC several times. Canon bundles the MP730 with ScanSoft's OmniPage SE, a lite version of the best optical-character recognition software on the market, and NewSoft's Presto PageManager 6.0, one of the best document-management databases available.
The MultiPass MP730 won't replace top-of-the-line printers and scanners, but its print and scan speeds keep up with other multifunctions' as well as that of most as midrange ink-jet printers and scanners on the market today. In our tests, it printed ordinary text at 6.4 pages per minute and printed CNET's high-resolution test photo in 3.7 minutes. For comparison, the Lexmark X5150 (only $149 but without fax capability or automatic document feeder) prints text at a more common 5.2 pages per minute, and printed our test photo in about 2 minutes. Canon's MP730 scans a page of black in 9.4 seconds and a page of color in 20 seconds; that's seconds faster than the HP PSC 1210. And the Canon makes copies in 18.7 seconds; that's almost twice as fast the HP PSC 1210.

Unfortunately, the MP730 delivers a mixed bag on image quality. When printing, better paper has a big effect. When we printed text on ordinary paper, for instance, it looked grayish instead of black, and a gray shadow haunted the edges of letterforms, while on coated (not glossy) inkjet paper, text popped out in a solid black and looked much cleaner. Our color photo on ordinary paper looked very dotty, had rough transitions between shades, made a blob of detailed areas, printed lines with jagged edges, and mixed inappropriate colors; coated inkjet paper improved detail and let colors appear in the right hues, though much too saturated. And on top-quality glossy paper, textures, shading, and transitions suddenly looked right, and we saw sharp, clear detail.

Grayscale scans on the MP730 when compared with other scans seemed overexposed, losing paler shades of gray along with some detail, while color scans showed accurate colors and fairly good detail despite somewhat grainy textures.

Jan 27, 2010 | Canon MultiPASS MP730 All-In-One InkJet...

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Trying to print a mixed photo/text document, my i860 only prints the photo. All cartridges have ink.


This sounds like this is a web page with mixed text and photo with a colred background for the text. I think that the true color of the text is white.
Have you put the document into a word processor to change the text to a visible color?

Apr 19, 2009 | Canon i860 InkJet Photo Printer

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Scanning with lexmark x2500


This is a function of the optical character recognition (ocr) software, not the scanner. Most scanners have bundled software that include ocr and retail ocr software is available. Good quality originals are necessary to minimize the amount of manual corrections and the ease of making those corrections is what you want in the ocr program or you end up better off retyping a document if 100% accuracy is required. Graphics are a consideration when scanning mixed documents so don't rule out cutting and pasting those separately if necessary in Word. Take the time to master the software if this is a common task for you keeping in mind that better software usually merits the extra cost if it saves you time. Don't neglect the scanner settings for resolution as the software works only as well as what you present it to recognize. A Google search on scanning will help you on specific tasks as there are whole books on this subject. ~Steve Medley

Oct 13, 2008 | Lexmark X2500 All-In-One Printer

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Kyocera 2550 Scans but how do I OCR?


You can find documentation form Kyocera Printers here, though it barely mentions anything about their OCR feature:
http://usa.kyoceramita.com/americas/jsp/Kyocera/home.jsp

The OCR feature is only an image quality setting, producing a more black and white high contrast image rather than a grey scale image.

I'm using our Kyoceras to email the images to a server where "send mail" processes the image and runs OCRopus, an open source Google funded OCR project, to read information from the scan.

I'm finding there are many Virtual ReScan solutions, like Kyocera's OCR feature, VRS software produces OCR optimized images, though I haven't found an open source VRS project.

Jun 08, 2008 | Kyocera CS-2550 Black and White Copier

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OCR


To scan a document for editing purposes, you will need OCR (Optical Character Recognition) software. OCR software is not included with your model.
OCR software interprets the scanned document for editing purposes. The Epson driver alone only scans documents as image files and is not capable of this interpretation.
Some reputable OCR software programs on the market are:
Omni Page Pro
ABBYY FineReader Pro
Presto! OCR 4.0
Please understand that Epson has NOT tested our products with these programs. They do not know if these programs are TWAIN compliant and will import directly from our scanners. I recommend that you contact these companies for full compatibility information if you are interested.

Jun 01, 2008 | Epson Stylus CX9400 Photo Printer

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Colors Murky... HP DeskJet 1120c


REPLACE COLOUR CARTRIGE.IF THE CARTRIDGE IS DAMAGE ON THE INSIDE THE THREE COLOURS SOMETIMES MIX CREATING A COLOUR WHICH LOOKS BLACK

May 11, 2008 | HP DeskJet 1220c InkJet Printer

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Print Qualityfor DC12


I am not 100 percent what you are asking but I will answer the best I can with your question.
  1. Press the [Administration] button located above the numeric keypad on the Control Panel. The Administration button has a wrench symbol located above it. The Access screen will be displayed.
  2. Select [Tools] on the Touch Screen. The Tools Access Number screen will be displayed.
  3. Enter your numeric password using the keypad.

    NOTE: If you do not know the password, contact your administrator. The initial password at machine install is 11111.

    If the administrator encounters a problem with changing or forgetting the machine password, a service call must be placed:

  4. Select [Enter] on the Touch Screen. The Tools screen will be displayed.
  5. Select [System Image Quality]. The System Image Quality screen will be displayed.
  6. Select [Image Recognition]. The Image Recognition screen will be displayed.
  7. Select 'Screening Adjustment' by selecting the [Up] or [Down] arrow buttons.
  8. Select [Change Settings]. The Screening Adjustment screen will be displayed.
  9. Select [Apply to Copies Only] then select [Save]. The Screening Adjustment screen will be displayed.
  10. Select [Close]. The System Image Quality screen will be displayed.
  11. Select [Auto Screening Adjust]. The Auto Screening Adjust screen will be displayed.
  12. Select [Halftone Screen]. The Halftone Screen will be displayed.
  13. Select either [Halftone 200 line screen] or [Photograph 200 dpi].

    NOTE: Do not select 'Printer use' as this will effect print calibration; which will be handled directly by the color server set up to print to the copier / printer.

  14. Select [Save]. The Auto Screening Adjust screen will be displayed.
  15. Insert at least 2 sheets of white, 216 mm x 279 mm (Letter, 8.5 x 11 inch) paper in Paper Tray 5 (Bypass Tray).
  16. Select [Print Test Original] to print a sample of the settings. The message 'Please wait…Printing test original' will be displayed and the test original will print.

    NOTE: If selecting [Print Test Original] displays the message ‘System Disabled' then Screening Adjustment is disabled. Select [Close] and repeat steps 5 to 16.

  17. Open the Document Glass Cover.
  18. Place the test original face-down on the Document Glass with the two magenta squares against the left edge of the glass.
  19. Place 5 sheets of blank white paper directly on top of the test original.
  20. Close the Document Glass Cover.
  21. Select [Start Adjustment] from the Touch Screen. The message 'Please wait….Adjustment in progress' will be displayed, then the Auto Screening Adjust screen will be displayed.
  22. Select [Adjustment Complete]. The message 'Please wait…Printing current settings' will be displayed and the adjusted original will be printed.
  23. Examine the adjusted original to make sure the image quality is satisfactory and continue to the next step. If the image quality is not satisfactory repeat steps 12 through 22.
  24. Select [Close]. The System Image Quality screen will be displayed.
  25. Select [Close]. The Tools screen will be displayed.
  26. Select [Close]. The default copy screen will be displayed

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Printing problem


you can select the best photo from the proprties for the pictures and draft for the text try this may soluve your problem

Oct 24, 2007 | Canon PIXMA iP1500 InkJet Photo Printer

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