Canon Easy-Layout Editor: How to Start

Article ID: ART180423 | Date published: 09/21/2021 | Date last updated: 09/21/2021


This article provides information on three ways you can start Easy-Layout Editor.


Starting Easy-Layout Editor

You can start Easy-Layout Editor through the following methods.


Directly start the application

Double click the Easy-Layout Editor icon on the desktop.

Easy-Layout Editor icon


Start from the application you are using

Use the following procedure to start Easy-Layout Editor and input data to print a web page or data from the application you are using with Easy-Layout Editor.

  1. Open the Print dialog box. To do this, select the print menu in the application in which the print data is opened.

    Print dialog box with Canon Easy-Layout Editor selected

  2. Select Canon Easy-Layout Editor from the printers you can use

     If you cannot set the paper size and orientation of the printout in the screen for selecting a printer, click Preferences or Printer properties, and do the settings from the Printing Preferences dialog box. The way to open the Printing Preferences dialog box varies depending on the application.

    Printing Preferences window

     You may be able to improve print results by using the check box for Reduce resolution to prevent loss of print data in Print Options...If the images printed are grainy, clear the check box, and the fine lines printed are thick, select the check box. However, depending on the data, a print job may occasionally fail.

    Print Options dialog box

  3. Easy-Layout Editor starts.
    The data you edited in the application appears in the Input Data List on the home screen.

Start with Easy-PhotoPrint Editor

If you select Create Tiling / Poster in Easy-PhotoPrint Editor, data will be input to Easy-Layout Editor, allowing you to edit and print posters.

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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