Canon pixma mp600 Quick Setup Guide

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Before Printing
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Media Types You Cannot Use
Do not use the following types of paper. Using such paper will not only produce unsatisfactory 
results, but can also cause the machine to jam or malfunction. Additionally, when printing on A5 
or smaller sized paper, do not use paper thinner than a post card, including plain paper or 
notepad paper cut to a small size.
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Folded, curled, or wrinkled paper
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Damp paper
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Paper that is too thin (weighing less than 64 gsm / 17 lb)
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Paper that is too thick (non-Canon genuine paper weighing more than 105 gsm / 28 lb)
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Picture postcards
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Postcards affixed with photos or stickers
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Envelopes with double flaps
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Envelopes with sticker flaps
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Envelopes with an embossed or treated surface
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Any type of paper with holes
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Paper that is not rectangular
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Paper bound with staples or glue
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Paper with adhesives
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Paper decorated with glitter, etc.
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Photo Paper Pro Guidelines
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Do not touch the print surface until the ink is dry (approximately 30 minutes). Colors in dark 
images may appear indistinct at first, but will become clearer after approximately 30 minutes.
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Images may become smudged if you place printouts in an album before the ink is completely 
dry. We recommend to allow the ink to dry for 24 hours before placing your printouts in an 
album.
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Do not attempt to dry the ink with a hair dryer or by exposing printouts to direct sunlight.
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Do not store or display printouts in hot or humid conditions. Never expose them to heat or 
direct sunlight.
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Store printouts in photo albums, photo frames, or presentation binders to protect them from 
direct exposure to air or sunlight.
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Do not mount printouts in an adhesive-type album as you may not be able to remove them. 
Note that some types of clear plastic folders and albums may cause the edges of the paper to 
turn yellow.
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