When I scan/print a photo it takes a little while but prints out fine.
But when I print from the Canon application the photo appears to get enlarged and stretched - and as a result, only the bottome left corner prints.
I have checked the Easyprint settings and they look fine (5" X 7") and this is confirmed in the printer screen.
Can anyone tell me if this is simply a serious fault with the printer or am I missing something obvious (I've tried a reset from the printer controls)
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That's all done in your printing software, when you click print a window pops up and you select printing preferences. One of the choices is borderless printing, you need to choose the format, size, and type of paper. Just make sure you choose borderlesss to print to the edges.
I have had the mp600 for 3 years - worked fine on a couple of different pcs. I switched to a mac and encountered 2 issues - scanner stopped working and above problem of no black ink. The newest driver (just google mp600 driver) fixed the scanner issue. The ink issue has a work around - select non plain paper in the media quality tab, instead use any photo paper setting. Finding this area in a mac can be tricky - in the mini print options window you have to click the small chubby arrow and you will then be given a list of options including quality and media. Presto, black ink returns but probably uses more ink and takes longer to print. I have not found a more elegant solution as you have to select this non default paper option every time.
1) you need it to print from a laptop if you do not want to have to set up another computer, and mobile phone have bluetooth buit in 2) YES 3) set up the printer on another computer, and set it for sharing. Then make sure that you laptop is recognized in the network connections wizard, then on the laptop select add new printer and select the bullett that say a network printer. the rest is pretty easy, select browse for a printer or something, it is the first option, select it, say yes to all dialogue boxes, and let the computer do the rest.
hi i am a certified Canon repair tech for this printer. the reason for this problem is the printhead. what happens is when the printer is new the printhead has little mirco nozels that the ink goes through. when the printhead gets older the nozels get smaller and smaller causing problems. the first thing i would do is replace the printhead that can be ordered from Canon direct at 1-800-OK-CANON or their website or a canon service center. hope this helps.