We can print images in three steps, quick and easily
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Canon Utilities Easy-PhotoPrint 3.7 is the latest version of this downloadable free program to use only in case we have a Canon printer installed. Easy-PhotoPrint has a nice intuitive easy to use interface so that everybody, novice or not, can use it. After installing this software, we can print images in three steps. First, we select an image anywhere from our system directory tree including external devices. Then we can go on making corrections to the chosen image. We are allowed to make red-eye correction, improve the skin tone and facial lines, brighten and sharpen the face, etc. we can apply all these features automatically to the whole image at once or manually, just to the area selected by us. We can also remove blemish and marks. The result image is saved in Canon format without modifying the original one. Easy-PhotoPrint supports JPEG images. If we want to print one or several images, we can do so with this utility. We can select the position, size and color of the image and the paper size, position and type. We can also print the image with its Exiff information.

Review summary


  • Intuitive, quick and easy user's interface.
  • Free download online


  • Only runs with Canon printers

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Paul Pelon

Paul Pelon I've had Canon printers for a long time. Just bought a new one a Pixima Maxifi MB 2120. Much to my surprise It will not allow me to use Easy Photo Print. Fair Warning.

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Ivo Gregurec

Ivo Gregurec Huge disappointment! But then again it's hard not to expect that software is not designed for mentally challenged when it has "easy" in its name.

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Guest #18923543

Guest #18923543 Have used it for years without a hitch. I use it to clone my drives once a week, so when Windows crashes or screws up a directory, I just swap the drive and and I am up and running.

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