I see that there is no driver for the Canon MG7520 for the Big Sur operating system. I have read that AirPrint does not necessarily require drivers. OK.
...But, what about the Scanning Functionality? I initiate a scan from the printer itself. It shows all the PCs/Macs on my network (even the Virtual Box configuration!), allowing me to press the Black/Color button and scan one or more images/PDFs which then wakes up Image Garden.
Am I out of luck now? I really like this printer/scanner.
I assume Customer (Non-)Support would tell me to buy a new printer, no?
Please click on the Apple in the upper left corner and then System Preferences.
Click on Printers & Scanners.
Click 1 time on the Canon MG7520 on the left side. On the right side, do you see a Scan tab? If so, click it and then click "Open Scanner".
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Thank you. I will see if I can find anything like my MG7520. Mine takes 6 cartridges and I have quite a few cartridges that I would not want to lose.
Interesting that the site will not let you filter out non-available printers. In fact, it does not look like ANY of the MG series printers are available! I suppose that is why Amazon has the MG7720 for $999+shipping.
And nothing available uses the CLI-251 cartridges. Bummed.