Canon Print Preview Not Working

Print Preview is an option that lets you view the print output before printing a document. If the Canon print preview not working or responding, then try the following instructions to resolve it.

Solution 1: Enable Preview before printing

Check if the preview before printing option is enabled. To check it, follow the instructions given below.

If not, click the checkbox to enable it and click Apply > OK. Now, try to use the Print Preview option. If this solution doesn't resolve the issue, then try the second one given below.

Solution 2: Disable Print a pattern for color adjustment

If the Print a pattern for color adjustment option available in the Manual Color Adjustment dialog box is enabled, the Print Preview not working. So, check and disable the Print a pattern for color adjustment option. To do so, follow the below instructions.

Now, try to use the print preview option. 

Solution 3: Select Edit and Preview 

Solution 4: Update your printer driver

  • If the Print Preview issue persists, then update your printer driver. 
  • After updating the printer driver, use the Print Preview option.
  • If the above solutions don’t resolve the Canon print preview not working issue, then contact us.
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