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I have a Canon MG 6320. When I print a copy of a document on

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I have a Canon MG 6320. When I print a copy of a document on my computer, it spends a lot of time in a noisy prep cycle followed by an equally noisy shutdown cycle after the document is printed. This I could live with. However, if I print a copy of another document a minute or so later, it goes through the same cycles. This makes the print process very slow and aggravating. Is there any way to bypass these cycles when printing documents relatively close together? Also do these "prep" and "end" cycles use up ink, contributing to a seemingly rapid ink loss?
Submitted: 8 months ago.
Category: Printers
Expert:  Kevin8472 replied 8 months ago.

How's it going.
Let me read of your question. Give me a minute.

Expert:  Kevin8472 replied 8 months ago.

What OS are you running?

Expert:  Kevin8472 replied 8 months ago.

Hi

What OS are you running?