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    Jimmy Wick commented  · 

    Connect the printer to your computer using the USB cable and turn it on.
    Open the Settings app from the Start menu.
    Click Devices.
    Click Add a printer or scanner.
    If Windows detects your printer, click on the name of the printer and follow the on-screen instructions to finish the installation.

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    Jimmy Wick commented  · 

    Step 1: Locate your settings
    Once turned on and ready for configuration, you’ll need to connect the printer to your home WiFi
    While the steps on installation vary by manufacturer, most modern printers will have an LCD screen that lists the available WiFi networks
    On this screen, click around and locate the setup page that allows you to adjust the Wireless LAN Settings
    Step 2: Link your WiFi network
    After accessing your LAN settings, you’ll need to locate your home network service set identifier - better known as your SSID
    You can find your SSID by hovering your mouse over the WiFi icon located at the bottom right of your taskbar
    Your SSID is also located on the bottom or side of your internet service provider’s router
    Step 3: Complete connectivity
    With the SSID selected, you’re ready to enter your network password
    Once entered, your printer is prepped for all printing activity
    Step 4: Locate your printer settings
    Click the Windows icon at the bottom left of your desktop screen to reveal your Windows Start Menu
    Locate the gear icon link to your settings window and click on the icon labeled “Devices”
    Step 5: Connect the printer to the computer
    Within your “Devices” screen, you should find an option to “Add a Printer or Scanner”
    After clicking this, the name of your printer - generally with the manufacturer name and model number - should appear as available.
    Select “Add Device” and your computer will do the rest to complete the wireless configuration
    Print away!

    Hope this helps,
    J Wick

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    Jimmy Wick commented  · 

    Firstly, download and install your printers driver from ‘canon page’.
    Thereafter, ensure that your canon printer is plugged in power switch and make sure that it is turned ON

    Next, open the downloaded file of driver setup and click on next till the time you see screen where you see option of choosing “Wireless Setup”.

    Now after selecting the wireless option, go to your Canon printer screen and tap on WiFi setup button.
    Select the device settings and click on OK.

    Next, Choose Device Settings>LAN Settings and press ‘OK’ button.
    Then, open ‘LAN settings’ and select ‘Wireless Lan Setup’ option and press OK. Now your printer will search for access point

    Make sure that your WiFi router is turned on. Now, WiFi flash lamp will blink on the printer.

    Next, a network list will appear on the screen. Select your WiFi network from the list and press on ‘OK’.
    Now it will ask for your WPA/WEP key (WiFi password). Enter your correct password here and press on ‘OK’ button

    Hope this helps,
    J Wick

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    Jimmy Wick commented  · 

    Simply turn the printer off with the power button on the printer. Once turned off, disconnect the printer's power cord from the back of the printer. Wait approximately 30 seconds before you reconnect it. Once reconnected, use the printer's power button to turn the printer back on.

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