Canon M PVC Card Tray - 2 Cards

  1. Do not insert the tray until the printer tells you to do so - follow the steps below.
  2. Open the generated PDF using Adobe Acrobat Reader. See Notes at the bottom of this page.
  3. Select File > Print
  4. Make sure that any Scaling settings are set to 100%. Failure to do this will cause your ID Cards to print too small, too large, or in the wrong location. See Note 2 below.
  5. Select Paper Size: Disc Tray M
  6. Select Media Type: Other Papers > Printable Disc (Recommended)
  7. Place 2 cards in the PVC Card Tray (even if you are only printing on one).
    1. If you are printing more than 2 cards you can send all cards to the printer at once, the printer will print them in order, asking you to re-insert the tray after each print completes.
  8. Don't insert the PVC Card Tray yet.
  9. Press Print on your computer.
  10. The printer will then make some noise for a few moments, it should retract the paper output tray, eventually it will stop and it will tell you on the printer's screen to insert the tray.
  11. Now insert the tray, pushing it in as far in as it will go without force.
  12. Press the OK button on the printer's screen to start printing.
  13. If you print with a bleed, be sure to turn your tray upside down to remove the cards onto your desk, then wipe the tray with a paper towel/cloth to get excess ink off the tray. Doing this will avoid getting ink smudges on your hands and cards.



On macOS 10.14 and higher you may run in to a problem printing from the Preview application. We've found that in this case Acrobat Reader is able work.


On Windows 10 there is no way to adjust Scaling when printing from the default Windows PDF application. Instead, please use Adobe Acrobat Reader, or the built-in PDF reader in the Google Chrome browser.

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