Scanning to a Cloud Service Using Canon PRINT (ChromeOS)

Article ID: ART184609 | Date published: 02/29/2024 | Date last updated: 02/29/2024


This article explains how you can scan images and documents to a cloud service such as Google Drive using Canon PRINT for Android using a ChromeOS device.


You can scan images and documents to a cloud service such as Google Drive using Canon PRINT. Follow the steps below to scan images or documents to a cloud service.

 The steps in this article show Google Drive. These steps assume that you have Canon PRINT installed on your ChromeOS device. These steps also assume that your printer is already connected wirelessly to your network. If you don't have this app, you can download it through Google Play. Also, if you don't have your printer connected wirelessly to your network, you can use this app to set your printer up wirelessly. Click here for instructions to set up the printer wirelessly with this app.

 After your printer has been registered, you will need to be sure that the printer is registered with the Canon Inkjet Cloud Printing Center. Follow these steps to register your printer with the Canon Inkjet Cloud Printing Center:

For support and service options, sign into (or create) your Canon Account from the link below.
My Canon Account

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