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Yes. I use it with Mbp and iPad 2.
Nov 21, 2013 by P. Braun
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I have not tried to do that and don't think I've ever seen this as a capability oh this machine
Mar 4, 2014 by Patricia H.
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It prints card stock from the rear tray fine, also envelopes, labels, picture stock, and runs fine, it just eats all the ink you can buy!!!! I have printed about 200 sheets now and have had to buy three sets of ink cartridges, as it warms up, it eats ink by "cleaning" the nozzles. It takes about 2 minutes to "clean" and two seconds to print.
Mar 15, 2014 by sdm
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Yes, it has a USB port.
Sep 29, 2013 by J. Morgan
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It's a standard canon ink cartridge available at Walmart, Office Max and others that usually run from $8 to $13.00. Mine is still using the original cartridges, except for the gray that I have printed about 15 8x10's in color and 9 black and white's and various other sizes since I purchased this printer.
Dec 12, 2013 by s adams
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Lois, Yes, it has 3 slots Memory Stick PRO Duo; SD card; and CompactFlash.
Sep 26, 2013 by L. Duvall
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I believe it would since you can print from your computer, wirelessly; but, in truth, I don't use the wireless capability. I suggest one of two things, or both: download the manual and read it; or, call Canon sales directly. It's a fine printer. I prefer my old Pixma MP800's controls and physical function; but this one prints pics much nicer. Little change in how it works overall, differences in software, etc. I fell right into it, having had my 800. I like this one's rear paper feeder - set the cassette to 8.5 x 11; and, anything else goes down the shute automatically, its size determined by the brain, depending upon how the feed holder is set.
Jul 19, 2013 by John S. Brookes
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yes. it needs all colors to function. costco fills all colors except the gray for a lot less money than buying new ones.
Jan 4, 2015 by mike mcgrath
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Sorry. Don't know the answer. However, I have found this machine to be very useful for the work that I do. Can't speak for the work that you do.
May 8, 2014 by Jerry Gordon
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**Note: to my understanding you have to have one of the expensive EOS cameras or a Powershot to be able to run the software and make the prints from the video. I don't know for sure I don't actually have the printer yet I have just been doing a lot of research on it. If you have installed the printer correctly it should have also installed the manual, open it up and type HD video. It should guide you through the process. If you don't have the manual or the software "ZoomBrowser EX" (From Cannon Camera) and "Easy-PhotoPrint" they are available for download from Cannons website. I will try to copy and paste part of the manual into here: Start Easy-PhotoPrint EX. Starting Easy-PhotoPrint EX Click Photo Print from Menu. The Select Images screen appears. Note When an item other than Photo Print is selected from Menu, follow these steps. 1. Select the paper size, layout, etc. in the Page Setup screen. 2. Click Select Images in the step button area on the left side of the screen. In the Select Images screen, click (Capture frames from video). The Video Frame Capture window and Select Video dialog box appear. Note You can also display the Video Frame Capture window by clicking (Capture frames from video) in the Add Image dialog box. To display the Add Image dialog box, select the page you want to add images to in the Edit screen, then click (Add Image). See Help for details on the Video Frame Capture window. From the Folder Tree area of the Select Video dialog box, select the folder containing the video from which you want to capture still images. The videos in the folder will be displayed as thumbnails (miniatures). Note Only MOV format videos recorded with Canon digital cameras are displayed. The selected video plays. Select the video from which you want to capture still images and click OK. The selected video plays in Preview of the Video Frame Capture window. Note (Pause) appears while a video plays, and (Playback) appears while a video is stopped. Use (Pause) and (Frame backward/Frame advance) to display the frame you want to capture. Display the frame you want to capture and click (Capture). The captured still image is displayed in the Captured frame(s) area. Important You can capture up to 150 frames from one video. Note You can automatically capture multiple still images from a video. Display the Auto Frame Capture Settings area, then use (Set start time/Set end time) in the Preview area to specify the time range. In the Auto Frame Capture Settings area, select a capture method and click Capture. Select the Prefer clearer images checkbox in the Auto Frame Capture Settings area beforehand to automatically detect and capture less blurry frames. Capture may take time depending on your environment. You can correct the captured still images in the Correct Captured Frames window. To display the Correct Captured Frames window, select the still image(s) you want to correct in the Captured frame(s) area, then click (Correct image). See Help for details on the Correct Captured Frames window. You can create an image (a layout image) in which multiple still images captured from a video are laid out on one page. Creating Layout Images from Videos You can overlap and merge multiple still images captured from a video in the order of the time code to create an image depicting the flow of a moving subject. Creating Images of Merged Video Frames Select the still image(s) you want to save and click Save. When the Save dialog box appears, specify the save location and file name, then click Save. Note Only JPEG/Exif data format is available for saving created still images. Click Exit. Video Frame Capture window will be closed. Important The captured still images will be deleted if you exit before saving them. Note When the Movie Print window is displayed via Solution Menu EX, you can print the captured still images. To print, specify the printer and media in the Print area, then click Print. When you print from the Movie Print window, images are automatically cropped. When a full high definition and high definition video is used, large portions will be cut off from the left and right sides. If you want to adjust the cropping area before printing, save the captured still image and print it from a function of Easy-PhotoPrint EX. The Select Images screen returns; click the image you want to print. The selected image itself will appear in the selected image area. Note When you opened the Video Frame Capture window from the Add Image dialog box, the Add Image dialog box returns. Select the image(s) you want to add and click OK. Click Select Paper in the step button area on the left side of the screen. The Select Paper screen appears. Select the printer and paper size to be used, etc. Note For items other than Photo Print, click Edit in the step button area on the left side of the screen to change the layout, enter text, etc. Click Layout/Print in the step button area on the left side of the screen. The Layout/Print screen appears. Select a layout you want to use. Note For items other than Photo Print, click Print Settings in the step button area on the left side of the screen to select the printer and paper to be used, etc. Click Print in the step button area on the left side of the screen.
Dec 26, 2012 by Harold
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