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  OverviewGetting ReadyPrintingAppendices Having Difficulty? Click Here Troubleshooting I’d Like To... Tasks and Index Printer FeaturesComponent Guide and FunctionsPaper and AccessoriesOther AccessoriesSetupInk Cassette PreparationsPaper Cassette PreparationsPrinting from CamerasWireless PrintingMaintenance, Storage and TransportBattery Instructions (CP730 Only)Safety PrecautionsHandling PrecautionsSpecificationsPrint All Clicking   the   icon   prints   the   entire   chapter.Clicking   the   icon   at   the   start   of   each   topic   prints   out   that   topic.Clicking   this   button   prints   the   entire   guide. Printing from ComputersPrinting PrecautionsPrinting from Memory Cards Next Printer User Guide  NextBack Return to Cover PageGetting ReadyPrintingAppendicesOverview TroubleshootingTasks and Index 2 Introduction Before using your printer for the first time, read through the “Safety Precautions” (p. 40) and “Handling Precautions” (p. 42). This mark denotes issues that may affect the printer’s operation.This mark denotes additional topics that complement the basic operating procedures. . This guide primarily uses illustrations of the CP730 model and its LCD monitor. Unless otherwise noted, the instructions are the same for the CP720 model. Similarly, the screen shots from the LCD monitor show a “P” for the Postcard-Size ink cassette. The camera examples in this guide show digital still cameras. Please respect all copyrights. Use of images produced by SELPHY CP730/ CP720 for purposes other than personal entertainment may be prohibited by law.This printer’s warranty is only effective in the country of sale. If a problem arises while the printer is in use abroad, please convey it back to the country of sale before proceeding with a warranty claim to a Canon Customer Support center. Symbols Used in This Guide This printer supports a variety of storage media from SD* memory cards to MultiMediaCards**. Please see page 13 for the types of memory cards that are supported.*SD is an acronym for Secure Digital.**Reduced-Size MultiMediaCard is displayed as RS-MMC.In this guide, all these card types are referred to as “memory cards.”In addition, “camera” in this guide refers to all digital still cameras and digital video cameras supported by the CP730/CP720 printers. Illustrations and Screen ShotsWarning Against Copyright InfringementWarranty Limitations Communication Settings for Cameras Depending on the model of the camera, it may be necessary to change the communication settings prior to connecting the camera to the printer.ãFor EOS 5D, EOS 10D, EOS 20D, EOS 30D, EOS 300D/DIGITAL Rebel and EOS 350D/DIGITAL Rebel XT cameras, set [Communication] in the camera’s menu to [PTP], or [Print/PTP] or [Print/PC]. See the user guide supplied with the camera for details.ãFor non-Canon cameras, see the user guide supplied with the camera for details on communication settings.  3 Getting ReadyPrintingAppendicesTroubleshootingTasks and Index NextBack Return to Cover Page Printer Features You can enjoy printing with your SELPHY printer in a variety of ways. Print from Memory Cards You can print from memory cards placed in the printer slot from a camera or mobile telephone. Connected to a Camera You can print from a camera connected via the printer’s retractable USB cable or via a USB cable supplied with the camera. Connected to a Computer You can print from a computer connected via a USB cable. From a Mobile Telephone You can print without a cable from Bluetooth or IrDA (infrared) enabled mobile telephones and PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants). ã The   separately   sold   Bluetooth   Unit   (BU-20)   is   required   for   Bluetooth   connections.   ã Only   the   CP730   model   supports   IrDA   connections.   Via a Wireless LAN Using the separately sold PowerShot SD430 Digital ELPH Wireless/Digital IXUS WIRELESS and the Wireless Print Adapter WA-1N/WA-1E, you can print without a cable. Before   connecting   the   printer   to   a   computer,   ensure   that   you   install   the   printer   driver   software   and   application   programs.   Install   the   software   from   the   supplied   CD-ROM,   the   Compact   Photo   Printer   Solution   Disk. A Choice of Printing Methods Overview  4 Getting ReadyPrintingAppendicesOverview TroubleshootingTasks and Index NextBack Return to Cover Page Perfect for Albums Prints a standard size photo print. You can also have the date imprint and borders appear on the print. Postcard Size Paper Print postcards bearing your srcinal photographs. Using your computer, it is easy to add captions and create greeting cards. Always use SELPHY-specific paper (you cannot use standard stock paper). Smaller Sizes (Card Size Sheets) Credit card sized sheets make prints that are just right for putting in your notebook or wallet.Expand the potential for your prints with label sheets and 8-label sheets. Dynamic Images (Wide Size Sheets) Create images with strong appeal on large, 100 x 200 mm (4 x 8 in.) sheets. ã The   separately   sold   wide   size   paper   cassette   (PCW-CP100)   is   required. If you shoot with your camera’s Stitch Assist mode and use the supplied PhotoStitch program on your computer, you can create prints with a broader perspective. Index Prints and Multi-Image Layouts You can print an index of your photos or layouts with more than one image on a single sheet. Additional Features of the CP730 If you have the CP730 model, you can zoom in on and print a single portion of an image (trimming) and apply My Colors color effects. Paper Media and Printing Features 08/14/2006

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