10-26-2018 10:35 PM
10-26-2018 11:32 PM
Great overall, 10,000 foot view David, but the actual name of these mystery apps would be helpful. And... the mac does not have a lot of 3rd party apps that deal with printing.
01-14-2019 09:19 PM
Thank you for this reply. Simply following these instructions fixed my error notice. I didn't have to change the settings, it was all correct and obviously a glitch in the Canon software (it was printing fine a few hours ago, and the error notice came out of nowehre).
01-14-2019 09:22 PM
I'm reposting this fix option, as it worked for me and I had to scroll down to find it.
(My printer started displaying the "Error: No paper in upper tray" notice out of nowhere, and refused to print letter sized documents form my lower tray (which was fully loaded).
I followed the instructions below, even though I had to change NOTHING, it seemed to fix the glitch.
1. After sending a file to Print, Click <Page Setup...> on Print page
2. Select <Page attributes> on Page setup page
3. In Paper Size select <US Letter>
Worked for me. Frustrating for sure. Good luck
01-19-2019 12:33 PM
I have read all these notes from people witht he same problem, but lhave not gotten any answer on how to fix it, I want to print from the lower tray, like I was always used to. But I can't find an option for that.
02-09-2019 01:52 AM
I have the same issue. I mainly print from Chrome on a Macbook.
I use the following workaround. It works reliabbly despite the invoncenience.
1. Click Print in Chrome
2. Select "Print using system dialog
3. Print from there.
You can also press option-command-P to trigger the window directly.
02-09-2019 12:39 PM
03-18-2019 03:31 PM
Hey, I don’t know that this is the final solution for everyone, but what I have had success with when receiving this error, is to be sure that there is more than an inch of paper in the tray and that it is pushed solidly up against the back of the tray.