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To change the language of the LCD on the printer, Press "Home" wait for 5 seconds then select the icon that looks like a pair of pliers and a screwdriver. Next, press the right arrow to select the icon that looks like a bar with three sliders on it. Press down four times, then press OK. This will bring up the menu to select the correct language. In Japanese, the word "English" looks like this ?? or ???.
when ur give the order of printing. it shows various options related to ur print on screen such as font style,paper type ...
in those u can find ur language setting.Just change it toENGLISH.
if it doesnt work then reinstall the printer setup & that time choose the ENGLISH language.
There are language settings. Go to the main menu and rotate through to the pliers/screwdriver icon. (settings) Click the right button to select the icon with two sliding tabs. (device settings) Scroll down 4 selections to language selection. Select English.
My Canon Mp600 has reset itself in Japanese about 4 times over the last 18months, so I now keep a set of instructions taped to the side of the printer. Switch on the printer and get it to the home setting by pressing the HOME button and press buttons as follows:
1. Press the RIGHT arrow on the central wheel until you get the SETTINGS option (spanner & screwdriver icon). Press OK.
2. Press the RIGHT arrow on the central wheel once to select the slider icon on the right hand side. Press OK.
3. Press the DOWN arrow on the central wheel FOUR times. Press OK.
4. Select ENGLISH from the list of languages. Press OK.
5. Attached these instructions to your printer so you have them to hand next time it goes Japanese!!