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Answered: How do you make canon 8500 print when color cartridge is empy

Windows 7 ------------------ I doubt if it will help but you can set your printer to grayscale. I have a different cannon. Start - Control Panel - Devices and printer - right click your printer Icon - printing prefrences - main tab - put a check mark for grayscale printing - Click APPLY - Turn ...

Answered: I have a Sony A100 DSLR camera. Is it possible to change the settings so

You have to look for the "Quality" setting in the menu.

Answered: When I try to print anything with my Canon printer, it keeps saying "turn

I think its error from control panel, Than first check proper setting of the control panel. Second step re-install the printer driver. I think it will help you.
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Answered: How can I view the images in my e-mail?

If you are using AOL webmail (http://webmail.aol.com ),click on Settings (upper right corner) and under the General category is a section called Reading . Within that section is a setting called "Hide images in mail from unknown senders". Try unchecking that. And while at Settings, also ...

Answered: How do I stop image challenge?

I'm having the same issues so my solutions is to take my business elsewhere!

Answered: Why can't I white balance a .jpg or .tiff properly in Adobe Camera

i referred this question to a friend of mine. hopes he gets back with an answer. i'll let ya'll know :)
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Raw or Cooked?

Cooked, and don't much care if it's healthier. It tastes better.

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Thank you so much!! I am used to using a Mac and the HP is a lot different. Thank you again

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How can I paste an image from the internet in ...

right clicke on the image on internet.. then click copy and then go to powerpoint.. and then paste there in the page... it will come there.. otherwise save the image into ur pc then insert it into powerpoint.. its cool... isnt it?