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Will the Canon MP730/700 work with Apple computers

Cannot find a driver for Canon MP730/700 to work with Apple MacBook Pro computer

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Sorry this printer isn't compatible with mac. You will want to consider replacing it for one that is compatible.
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Posted on Nov 18, 2009

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