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Yes. I have it connected to my iMac via cable and print to it from my iPad.
By Mr. James H. Coyle on 14 April 2014
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Yes, it will print double-sided automatically if you choose that option. The default is single-sided but I have printed a very long article (70 + pages) auto duplex with no problem.
By Meg learner on 07 November 2014
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Honestly I have not tried this. But am pretty sure that you can create a collage or multiple picture on an A4 sheet.
By Michael J. Coyle on 14 April 2014
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I haven't actually tried removing them and telling it to print so I'm not sure whether it would be happy to print with one missing completely from its slot. I frequently run low on inks (there's usually one colour flashing its 'empty' light at me!) so I do often tell it to print in black and white and, so far, it has d… see more I haven't actually tried removing them and telling it to print so I'm not sure whether it would be happy to print with one missing completely from its slot. I frequently run low on inks (there's usually one colour flashing its 'empty' light at me!) so I do often tell it to print in black and white and, so far, it has done so without issue. see less
By Jollygosh on 05 June 2014
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Mine still works over 15m, through two thick stone walls.
By oldapothecary on 14 March 2014
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No. you can print on to heavy duty photo paper OK, but not on to card. Because it's a 'low profile' printer, the angle which the paper has to bend around to exit the printer is obviously quite tight, so card will probably get jammed very easily. Somewhere in the instructions you will find the maximum weight for accept… see more No. you can print on to heavy duty photo paper OK, but not on to card. Because it's a 'low profile' printer, the angle which the paper has to bend around to exit the printer is obviously quite tight, so card will probably get jammed very easily. Somewhere in the instructions you will find the maximum weight for acceptable papers. see less
By Carl. on 14 April 2014
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I regret that I do not have an answer. My OS is Windows 7, 65 bit. I wish you luck in finding answer to your question.
By GrampsUK on 14 October 2014
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Yes it will print A4 photos.
When printing from the computer, you tell it which size paper you are using, then the printer takes it from either of the two paper trays, depending on the size.

By nuffip on 09 October 2014
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I know its wireless you set that up on the printer itdelf.which is simple enough im no tech geek. It is 100% wireless compatible so yeah. Its 5ghz compatible.
By Mr. M. J. Russell on 20 July 2014
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I am sorry but I can't help you. Have you been in touch with Canon support?
By V. Bond on 11 November 2014