You are welcomed. it is actually quite a good printer (except for being a major print-alcoholic) and maybe Canon will eventually hire some documentation "interpreters" to translate what their documentation writers produce. Until then...our posts here do help each other.
And...yes, I know. Canon seriously needs to: 1. Hire & USE user interface talents 2. Invest in common-send and visually-oriented manual documentation creators
Meanwhile, we have to remember with no such "button" the STOP one right on the printer will bring up the menu section we need. If the printer mysteriously loses the connection go back to the setup menu & hit STOP button again. Mine still does with each system update.
WPS (Wireless Protected Service) is located in your wireless router. Press and hold for a few second and go back to your printer, then press OK on printer. It will set up the wireless on the printer. Ofcourse if you dont have wireless service, you can not activate it.