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How do I print color photos on glossy paper with Canon Pixma MP 6

How do I print color photos on glossy paper with Canon MP 620.  It has two places to load paper -below and rear.  I think the rear is intended for glossy heavier weight paper but don't know how to utilize it.

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Hi Harry,

There are two main paper trays:

1) a front loading tray for regular paper

  • The front loading tray can hold up to 150 pages of paper
2) and a rear tray that pops up for photo paper.
  • the rear photo tray can hold up to 20 4x6-inch sheets of photo paper.
All of the paper trays fold into the printer to keep it compact when not in use.

Hope this initial info/idea helps.

Just let me know for further instructions.

~micro

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