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How to change from black ink only to include color printing

I have a Canon iP 1600. Recently my daughter reset it to print only in black as the color cartridge was low. I put a new color cartridge in but canot find out how to reset it so that it will print on both black and color

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Go to printer settings on control panel and change to print in colour
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