Question about Canon PC-D340 All-In-One Laser Printer
Posted by Anonymous on
Because the paper size of your software like Word is "custom", and the paper size setting of the printer is "ltr", the printer won't print until you change the paper size to "freesize". Change it in "Additional Functions" menu on the printer (Canon D340). (Word will change the paper size setting automatically if you adjust the margins of your paper too far)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The paper size selected in the menu system must match the paper size in the rec. (recording) paper tray. If you have 'letter' size paper in the tray and the menu system is set for 'A4' paper you will get this message. Either put A4 size paper in the tray, or change the paper size in the menu system to 'letter'.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
OK, I was having a similar problem: Tray full of paper and tray adjusted properly.
Whatever I tried, the printer kept saying load paper.
I went to print menu>properties button (windows XP this is next to the printer name)>paper source tab.
It tuned out that the paper source had been changed from cassette to multi-purpose tray.
Change it back to cassette and you should be golden.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
SOURCE: supply rec. paper Tray:LTR
I'm 1/2 way to solving this...it has something to do with the "printing properties" If you have the trey sticking out, it needs to be on "multi-tray" but if it is closed then it needs to be on "cassette" - if these don't match up it won't print. My problem is getting the one I screwed up to come out so I can start over!
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
I have run into this a few times. Open the printer properties (open up the printers and faxes form the control panel and right click on the printer). On the printer preferences tab (or screen depending on OS) that tray the tray you are printing from is set to Plain Paper. If this is installed on another computer or server and shared from there you'll have to be sure that all computers have the same setting.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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