Canon PIXMA MX410 Wireless Setup

Canon PIXMA MX410

Wireless Office All-In-One Printer with Copier, Scanner, and Fax

Canon PIXMA MX410

Canon PIXMA MX410 is a Wireless Inkjet Office All-In-One Printer that brings high quality, flexibility, and ease of use for your home or small office. Thanks to the built-in Wi-Fi, you will quickly print and scan from any room in your house while the 30 sheets Automatic Document Feeder lets you quickly, scan and send your fax or original documents so you can perform many other tasks. Also, High-speed Fax Super G3 will ensure the most efficient communication and thanks to Dual Color Gamut Processing Technology, every copy you will keep the original integrity. You can even take advantage of standard security features such as password-protected PDFs, so you feel safe to create and distribute the most confidential files.

Enjoy unlimited printing, the photo lab quality will print up to 8.5″ x 11″ as well as printing capabilities without a computer via optional PictBridge and Bluetooth and set the number of prints on the Full Dot Matrix LCD. Plus, if you want to create and customize your web layout, you can print what you want with the Easy-WebPrint EX web.

Wi-Fi Printing:

Print and scan wirelessly from any Wi-Fi enabled computer from your local network connection. Wireless printing requires a network with 802.11b/g/n wireless capability. You need Wi-Fi enabled Computer, wireless router, and wireless printer. All three devices must be connected to the same wireless network connection

Click on a specific topic below to get detailed information.

Initial Setup

Setting up additional computers

Obtaining your Network Key

Re-establishing Printer Connection After A Network Change

Get complete Canon Printer driver PIXMA MX410 Series

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1 reply

  1. Can the MX410 print on a DVD?


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