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Drivers and Settings

The driver interface should be familiar to users of Canon printers. The settings are all grouped in logical order, so even an inexperienced user shouldn’t find it too difficult to set this printer up.

The first tab contains the following settings: paper size and orientation, layout and number of pages per sheet, number of copies. The settings can be saved for later use with media of the same type. You can also print posters (it is when the page is scaled up to several sheets of paper – and you select how they are to be sewn together).

Another important tab is Quality. It offers three presets: Standard (for text and graphics), Text, and Web Page (optimized for images). But if you want to have everything under your own control, click the Details button.

In the Detailed Settings dialog box you can choose to print in black and white only (without grays) and turn on Image Correction so that the image looked better in black and white. The slider below selects the level of fill density, and the checkbox at the bottom enables the Toner Save mode.

 
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