Copying Photos - TR8620

Article ID: ART177506 | Date published: 09/12/2020 | Date last updated: 09/12/2020


Learn about copying photos with the PIXMA TR8620.


Copying Photos

You can scan printed photos and print them all at one time.

  1. Make sure that the printer is powered on.

  2. Load photo paper in the rear tray.

  3. Select Copy icon Copy on the HOME screen.

  4. Select Photo copy icon Photo copy.

  5. Check the on-screen instructions and select OK.

  6. Load printed photo on the scanner glass following the on-screen instructions and select OK.

     Learn about loading photos on the scanner glass (also referred to as the platen).

    When scanning is complete, the print settings confirmation screen is displayed.

  7. Specify settings as necessary.

    Figure: Photo copy print settings screen

    Flick to display setting items and select the setting item to display the settings. Select to specify the setting.

     Depending on the setting item, some settings cannot be specified in combination with the setting of other setting items. If the setting cannot be specified in combination is selected, Caution appears on the touch screen. In this case, tap Caution on the upper left on the touch screen to check the message and change the setting.

     By selecting Preview, you can preview an image of the printout on the preview screen. Flick the photo to change the display.

    If Caution appears on the photo, the printed photo may not be scanned properly. Rescan the printed photo.

    The following settings can be adjusted.

    • Copies

      Specify the number of copies.

    • Paper src

      The paper source is set to Rear tray.

    • Page size

      Select the page size of the loaded paper.

    • Type (Media type)

      Select the media type of the loaded paper.

    • Print qlty (Print quality)

      Select print quality according to the original.

    • Border (Bordered / Borderless print)

      Select bordered or borderless print.

    • Photo fix

      Select Auto photo fix, Fade restoration, or No correction.

       When Auto photo fix is selected, the printer corrects the scanned image automatically.

       When Fade restoration is selected, the printer corrects the scanned image that have faded over time.

       When No correction is selected, the printer prints the scanned image without correction.

  8. Tap Black or Color.

    The printer starts printing.

     If the printed photo was not scanned properly, the confirmation screen asking you if you continue printing is displayed. By selecting Yes, the printer starts printing. If you rescan the photo, select No and scan the photo again.

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.

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