Using ij Start Canon, learn how to install a Canon printer on a Mac
Using ij Start Canon, learn how to install a Canon printer on a Mac
To accommodate varying needs, Canon offers a variety of printers. Additionally, each model has a unique wireless setup process. However, setting up a Canon printer wirelessly using is not difficult.

You probably have more printers than I do. Most of the time, I just use my printer whenever I need it—and not necessarily at home. You probably have one or two that are connected to your computer through USB and utilise online services like Google Cloud Print or Office. This implies that I am unable to use my usual setup—no printing—while on the road or in a hotel room without access to Wi-Fi or Ethernet connections (or both). In this article, we showed how to set up and install a Canon printer by using the command. On both Windows and Mac computers, we also went over how to set up a cable and wireless network connection.

Ensure that a USB cable is being used to connect the printer to your Mac.

You must switch on the printer and connect it to your Mac using https // before you can install a printer. Verify that the printer is connected to any Apple AirPort Extreme base stations or Time Capsules you are utilising as a wireless router. If not, try connecting a different USB connection from your computer to one of the ports on their side to see which port is currently in use.

Wi-Fi and cable Network connections are other options.

Make sure the printer is linked to your network if you're using a Wi-Fi connection. Attach the power cable first, then connect it straight to your router if you're using a wired Ethernet connection.

Make that your printer is within range of your router and has access to the Internet if you are utilising a wireless connection. If not, bring it closer or alter its location so that it is within striking distance.

Complete the ij Start Canon Setup steps after turning on the printer.

Follow the ij Start Canon Setup steps after turning on the printer. You can set up your printer with the free app ij Start Canon Setup. There's no need to acquire new hardware if your existing one ceased functioning properly because it is available for both Mac and PC. It's possible that this software won't work on an older Mac running OS X 10 or earlier (10.6) without some further help from Apple's operating system!

"Print & Scan" or "Printers & Scanners" can be found by opening the "System Preferences" window.

Click "Print & Scan" in the "System Preferences" box after opening it.

Alternatively, if your Mac is running OS X 10.9 (Mavericks), open System Preferences and choose "Printers & Scanners."

In the event that you are unable to find this option in your menu bar, go to Apple Menu > System Preferences and select the Printers & Scanners tab from the left-hand panel of your screen.

Select the name of your printer by pressing "+."

  • To add a new printer, click "+."
  • Press "Add" after selecting the name of your printer from the list.
  • The list will soon include your new printer and be available for usage.

Include it on the list of printers that are accessible.

  • Click the "Printers" button at the top of your screen to add a printer.
  • Select your new printer from the list that displays after clicking "Add Printer."
  • When you're finished adding it to your list of available printers, click "Save."

To get started, you must install ij start canon setup.

To get started, you must install ij start canon setup. You must install ij start canon setup if you are on a Mac. The same holds true if your PC is a Windows one.


IJ Start Canon Setup is now properly installed on your Mac. You may now print documents, images, and other things from your computer using the printer. Please get in touch with our staff at if you ever need assistance with any of these tasks.


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