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Using it as a stand alone fax, plug a telephone cord in the botton jack on the cannon that is labled L then plug in the other end of the phone cord in a jack on your wall and that is all to it. The paper goes in face down, dial the number and listen for the dial tone and then the high pitch tone which indicates that it is communicating.....
Place the document you want to fax in the automatic document feeder (on top) face up. You can fax from the "platen" (the part with the glass) by placing face down.
The telephone wire goes in the "L" hole and then to your telephone wall jack Your cable to the computer goes in the other slot next to the "L" hole and then to one of the USB ports on the back of the computer. you can print a report to see if it was successful bu going tomenu and following the steps. You can always go to Canon and search and download a manual. Good luck
you put the paper face up, type the number and then press start, the phone line needs to be in the line connection and the other side in the wall plug, you need to see if you are using a direct phone line or if it is going through something on the way, other than that it is a very easy fax to use