Printing a .doc File with Canon PRINT Inkjet/SELPHY (iOS)

Article ID: ART167529 | Date published: 03/24/2017 | Date last updated: 07/13/2021


This article explains how to print a .doc File with Canon PRINT Inkjet/SELPHY (iOS).  This is especially useful for models that do not support AirPrint.


Before Starting

Depending on the iOS device you are using, the interface may look slightly different than the images in this article.

To print a .doc file in Canon PRINT Inkjet/SELPHY, follow the steps below

  1. From the main screen, tap Document Print.

    Tap Document Print (outlined in red)

  2. Select Documents or Cloud Services, depending on where your .doc file is saved.  In this example, Documents will be selected.

    Tap Documents (outlined in red)

  3. Specify a location where you have a document saved.  In this example, On My iPhone will be selected.

    Tap On My iPhone (outlined in red)

  4. Browse through the folders displayed.  When you see the document that you want to print, tap it.

    Tap the .doc file (outlined in red)

  5. Tap the Share  icon.

    Tap the Share icon (outlined in red)

  6. Tap Image Correction.

    Tap Image Correction (outlined in red)

  7. On the message that appears regarding the Data Conversion Service, tap OK.

    Tap OK (outlined in red)

Tapping the Home  icon will take you back to the main screen.

  1. On the Confirmation screen, tap on either Terms of Use or Privacy Statement to view those respective documents.  Tap Agree to continue.

    Tap Agree (outlined in red)

    The Document Conversion Service will convert the document into a format that is supported by Canon PRINT Inkjet / SELPHY.


  2. When the process has finished, tap Next.

    Tap Next (outlined in red)

  3. This will bring up the Print screen.  Tap Change settings if you want to change settings such as the number of copies to print, the print range, etc.  Tap Print when you want to print the document.

    Tap Change settings (outlined in blue) if you want to change settings such as the number of copies to print, the print range, etc.  Tap Print (outlined in red) when you want to print the document

    The document will be printed.

If your product issue was not resolved after following the steps above, or if you require additional help, please create or log in to your Canon Account to see your technical support options.

Or if you still need help, visit our Canon Community by clicking the button below to get answers:

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