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It's possible the print head needs changing, if it hasn't been changed before. Also, are you using the automatic settings to print, or are you using custom ones. If the printhead doesn't need replacement, you might want to use custom settings. Since you said the tones were purple, you could also increase the red and/or… see more It's possible the print head needs changing, if it hasn't been changed before. Also, are you using the automatic settings to print, or are you using custom ones. If the printhead doesn't need replacement, you might want to use custom settings. Since you said the tones were purple, you could also increase the red and/or yellow color settings by two or three apiece to neutralize the purple, or lower the blue setting since the purple is in the blue range. Otherwise, I'd suggest you show the printer to a professional repair service see less
By Janice Dunne on September 10, 2015
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Yes, if you set it up properly. It will take any size paper. I even print envelopes with mine... greeting cards too. For my sister's birthday I put one of her watercolors on the front of the card. It will let you know if it's not set up right too. HAVE FUN! It's a great printer! (deb)
By Richard G. & Deborah Danne… on May 31, 2014
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You might want to check either the software you're using or clean the print head and the nozzle. Also, using aftermarket inks can cause this and it's one of the reason Canon, HP and Epson caution against any ink but their own. If you've already ruled out any of these, before you print, select "Color Intensity Manual Ad… see more You might want to check either the software you're using or clean the print head and the nozzle. Also, using aftermarket inks can cause this and it's one of the reason Canon, HP and Epson caution against any ink but their own. If you've already ruled out any of these, before you print, select "Color Intensity Manual Adjustment" on the printing preferences pop-up. You'll see sliders from one color to another. Select +4 on the yellow side (bottom slider) and about -2 on the green side (middle slider). You may have to tinker with it a bit, but these two measures should help to neutralize the purple or magenta tinges. see less
By Janice Dunne on July 2, 2014
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No.
By RCK on April 21, 2014
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I don't believe so. Definitely not auto.
By Rich Hinds on July 9, 2015 SELLER
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I don't think so.
By J. Stewart on April 23, 2014
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I actually use either Epson or Hammermill 12 x 18 or 11 x 17... for the 8.5 x 11 size I find the Xerox premium bright white matte finsih or the epson presentation paper work great. for color and sharpness.
By S Ben on December 13, 2013
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Go to Canon website, then to Canon-Pro9000-Inkjet-Printer, then to Supplies and Accessories. It will list all the papers you can print on. Only use Canon paper as it is designed to soak up the ink jets produced by this printer. The short answer is probably no, but check it out. You can also contact Canon Support to ans… see more Go to Canon website, then to Canon-Pro9000-Inkjet-Printer, then to Supplies and Accessories. It will list all the papers you can print on. Only use Canon paper as it is designed to soak up the ink jets produced by this printer. The short answer is probably no, but check it out. You can also contact Canon Support to answer your question. Good luck! see less
By nctvi on August 1, 2013