How to Print From a PC Through the Canon Selphy ES30

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The Canon Selphy ES30 is a compact picture printer that retrieves images from various sources for printing, including Bluetooth wireless connections, memory cards and USB connections. Use your Selphy ES30 with your PC through the USB connection. As with any PC printer, you must set up the printer before your computer will recognize it. After the initial setup, it’s just a matter of instructing the correct PC program to print to the Canon Selphy ES30.

Connect your Canon Selphy ES30 to your PC via the USB cable that comes with the printer.

Click “Start.” Click “Devices and Printers” in the Start menu. Click “Add a printer” from the toolbar at the top of the screen.

Click the selection for installing a USB printer. Give your Canon Selphy ES30 a name that will help you distinguish it from all of the other printers installed on your PC. Click “Next.”

Allow your PC to install the device driver if it prompts you for permission. Click “Next” when the PC indicates it has successfully installed the driver.

Click “Print test page” if you want to verify your printer setup. Click “Finish” to exit the installation program.

Open the program from which you wish to print to the Canon Selphy ES30, and open the picture you want to print. Click “Print.” Select the Canon Selphy ES30 as the printer and the number of copies you want. Click “Print” again.

Tips & Warnings

  • In most cases, your PC will install the device driver for the Canon Selphy ES30 with no problems. If your PC indicates it can find the correct device driver, it may ask you to manually download it or insert the printer's installation CD.
  • These instructions may vary depending on the program with which you wish to print. Consult the manufacturer's documentation for that program if you have any specific questions regarding it.

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