Printer Software Guide (For Canon Compact Photo Printer Solution Disk Version 6) Macintosh...
Contents Safety Precautions ..................3 Read This First ..................4 About the Manuals ................4 Printing Flow Diagram ...............5 Printing .......................6 Selecting and Printing an Image ............7 Printing Part of an Image (Trimming) ..........11 Editing and Printing Images ............13 Appendix ....................15 Troubleshooting ................15...
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Printer User Guide your computer. Please read before using the printer. Describes how to print using the software provided on the supplied CD-ROM (Canon Compact Photo Printer Solution Disk). This user guide Explanations are based on Mac OS X (v10.3). If you are using another version of the Mac OS, the actual screen contents and procedures may vary slightly from these shown.
Printing Flow Diagram Follow the steps outlined below to prepare the printer and install the necessary software on your computer to enable printing. Prepare the printer. Insert the Ink and Paper Integrated Cartridge (hereafter “cartridge”) into the printer. See the Printer User Guide. Install the software and printer driver on your computer.
Printing The following software is included in the CD-ROM provided with your printer. This section describes how to use this software to print images. For details on other procedures, see the [Help] menu accompanying each software application. • ImageBrowser This software is used to organize and manipulate image taken with digital cameras, on your computer.
ImageBrowser. If the [ImageBrowser] icon does not appear in the Dock, navigate to where you installed the application and double-click the [Canon Utilities] folder, [ImageBrowser] folder, and [ImageBrowser] icon. Select the image you want to print.
Click [Print] and then select [One Photo per page Print] from the menu that is displayed. There are three types of layouts in the menu. Select the one that suits your needs. One Photo per page Print Prints one image fit to a whole sheet. You can easily print out photos.
Select your printer in [Format for], specify [Paper Size] and [Orientation], and then click the [OK] button. Select your printer. Select the paper size. Select the paper orientation. Select any other necessary items. You can check the printing area. Specify the number of prints.
Click the [Print] button. Select your printer in [Printer], and then specify the items in [Quality & Media]. You can adjust the brightness and color of the print result in [Color]. (Do not change the [Layout] setting.) • When using a black and white cartridge, select [Quality & Media], next select [Cartridge], and then select [B/W].
Printing Part of an Image (Trimming) You can select and then print a portion of an image. This is useful when you only want to print part of an image, or if the part you are most interested in is not at the center of the image.
Select the portion of the image to be printed. The area inside the white trimming frame is the area that will be printed. You can drag the edge of the trimming frame to change its size, or drag inside the frame to move it.
Editing and Printing Images You can correct red eyes, add text and do other editing tasks by using ImageBrowser s edit function. ’ Double-click the image you want to edit. The viewer (image display) window appears.
Click [Edit] and then select the desired function from the menu that is displayed to do editing. Save the edited image and click to close the viewer (image display) window. Print the edited image. Follow the procedure in Selecting and Printing an Image on page 7.
Appendix Troubleshooting This section describes how to troubleshoot problems. • Follow the instructions displayed on your computer to resolve errors that occur during printing. • Use the information in this section in conjunction with the Printer User Guide. • If the problem still exists after trying these solutions, restart your computer. If the problem still persists, uninstall the printer driver and then install it again.
Correction : You cannot print colors that exactly match those of the display, but you can adjust color using [Color] (➡ p.10). CDB-E004 © 2006 CANON INC.