Canon printers

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Hello everyone

Does anyone know please, if Canon produce a printer with the
paper-loading at the bottom, as per the HP series?

Reason for asking; there is very little room below my computer deask?

regards

markg
 
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Easy answer. The new Pixma line - iP3000 and up has dual paper paths.
Ron

"markg" <grimerz2000@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> Hello everyone
>
> Does anyone know please, if Canon produce a printer with the
> paper-loading at the bottom, as per the HP series?
>
> Reason for asking; there is very little room below my computer deask?
>
> regards
>
> markg
>
 
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markg wrote:
> Hello everyone
>
> Does anyone know please, if Canon produce a printer with the
> paper-loading at the bottom, as per the HP series?
>
> Reason for asking; there is very little room below my computer deask?
>
> regards
>
> markg

Why you asking here? You too lazy to visit the Canon website to find out for
yourself? Does your mother still wipe your arse for you too...?

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Mike

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"Miss Perspicacia Tick" <test@test.com> wrote in message
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> markg wrote:
>> Hello everyone
>>
>> Does anyone know please, if Canon produce a printer with the
>> paper-loading at the bottom, as per the HP series?
>>
>> Reason for asking; there is very little room below my computer deask?
>>
>> regards
>>
>> markg
>
> Why you asking here? You too lazy to visit the Canon website to find out
> for yourself? Does your mother still wipe your arse for you too...?
>

lol
 

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"Miss Perspicacia Tick" <test@test.com> wrote in message
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> markg wrote:
> > Hello everyone
> >
> > Does anyone know please, if Canon produce a printer with the
> > paper-loading at the bottom, as per the HP series?
> >
> > Reason for asking; there is very little room below my computer deask?
> >
> > regards
> >
> > markg
>
> Why you asking here? You too lazy to visit the Canon website to find out for
> yourself? Does your mother still wipe your arse for you too...?
>

You arrogant bitch. Must be the wrong time of the month or you've had a bad
rogering.
 

Mike

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"Tel" <thecooks at clara dot co uk> wrote in message
news:1116443497.20569.0@spandrell.news.uk.clara.net...
>
> "Miss Perspicacia Tick" <test@test.com> wrote in message
> news:HSLie.37973$a25.27819@fe06.highwinds-media.phx...
>> markg wrote:
>> > Hello everyone
>> >
>> > Does anyone know please, if Canon produce a printer with the
>> > paper-loading at the bottom, as per the HP series?
>> >
>> > Reason for asking; there is very little room below my computer deask?
>> >
>> > regards
>> >
>> > markg
>>
>> Why you asking here? You too lazy to visit the Canon website to find out
>> for
>> yourself? Does your mother still wipe your arse for you too...?
>>
>
> You arrogant bitch. Must be the wrong time of the month or you've had a
> bad
> rogering.
>

It was quite fair imo. All the OP had to do was go to canon.co.uk ffs
 
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He/she/it tends to get like this often, so I don't think it is a monthly
event.

Since, she/he/it has absolutely no position on this newsgroup to tell
anyone what they should or shouldn't be posting, and being that
it/she/he shows total lack of judgment often in these postings, and is
erratic at best, I suggest she/he/it is best ignored.

I sense he/it/she feels the need to be noticed and therefore acts like a
foul-mouthed 4 year old when not getting enough "attention".

As they say, better praised than punished, but better punished than
ignored. All children tend to act this way.

Art


Tel wrote:

> "Miss Perspicacia Tick" <test@test.com> wrote in message
> news:HSLie.37973$a25.27819@fe06.highwinds-media.phx...
>
>>markg wrote:
>>
>>>Hello everyone
>>>
>>>Does anyone know please, if Canon produce a printer with the
>>>paper-loading at the bottom, as per the HP series?
>>>
>>>Reason for asking; there is very little room below my computer deask?
>>>
>>>regards
>>>
>>>markg
>>
>>Why you asking here? You too lazy to visit the Canon website to find out for
>>yourself? Does your mother still wipe your arse for you too...?
>>
>
>
> You arrogant bitch. Must be the wrong time of the month or you've had a bad
> rogering.
>
 
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In fact, "all" most people who post here have to do is find another
place for the information they seek.

If you don't know or don't want to answer a question then just ignore
the question. There is no need to come up with a snarky, foul-mouthed,
childish reply.

The question was well within the "mandate" of this newsgroup.

If you felt the question could be answered via the Canon web site, you
could have indicated that in a civil manner if you so desired. And,
should another person wish to answer the question, they could do that,
as well.

When some people's egos can only survive if they are continually
distastefully unpleasant to other people, they should probably take a
good look in the mirror and figure out what their problem is.

I don't find "Miss" P.... lipping off particularly ingratiating of
her/him/it, but it certainly implies a very damaged ego or sense of
self-esteem that they would find it necessary to attach a total stranger
on an anonymous newsgroup, just because they asked a question that
he/she/it felt had an answer available elsewhere.

He/it/she thinks the person who asked it was lazy? Who the heck asked
it/she/he what they thought. And what make he/she/it's comment any more
valuable use of bandwidth than the original question?

Don't like the question, don't waste your brain cells responding then.
Let someone else decide they might wish to. I guess if no one responds,
then the poster might just look elsewhere. That too, if up to the
poster to decide.

Art

Mike wrote:

> "Tel" <thecooks at clara dot co uk> wrote in message
> news:1116443497.20569.0@spandrell.news.uk.clara.net...
>
>>"Miss Perspicacia Tick" <test@test.com> wrote in message
>>news:HSLie.37973$a25.27819@fe06.highwinds-media.phx...
>>
>>>markg wrote:
>>>
>>>>Hello everyone
>>>>
>>>>Does anyone know please, if Canon produce a printer with the
>>>>paper-loading at the bottom, as per the HP series?
>>>>
>>>>Reason for asking; there is very little room below my computer deask?
>>>>
>>>>regards
>>>>
>>>>markg
>>>
>>>Why you asking here? You too lazy to visit the Canon website to find out
>>>for
>>>yourself? Does your mother still wipe your arse for you too...?
>>>
>>
>>You arrogant bitch. Must be the wrong time of the month or you've had a
>>bad
>>rogering.
>>
>
>
> It was quite fair imo. All the OP had to do was go to canon.co.uk ffs
>
>
 
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Arthur wrote:

> He/she/it tends to get like this often, so I don't think it is a
> monthly event.
>
> Since, she/he/it has absolutely no position on this newsgroup to tell
> anyone what they should or shouldn't be posting, and being that
> it/she/he shows total lack of judgment often in these postings, and is
> erratic at best, I suggest she/he/it is best ignored.
>
> I sense he/it/she feels the need to be noticed and therefore acts like
> a foul-mouthed 4 year old when not getting enough "attention".
>
> As they say, better praised than punished, but better punished than
> ignored. All children tend to act this way.
>
> Art

I still agree with the other poster who inferred that she must be on the
Rag. ;-)

>
>
> Tel wrote:
>
>> "Miss Perspicacia Tick" <test@test.com> wrote in message
>> news:HSLie.37973$a25.27819@fe06.highwinds-media.phx...
>>
>>> markg wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hello everyone
>>>>
>>>> Does anyone know please, if Canon produce a printer with the
>>>> paper-loading at the bottom, as per the HP series?
>>>>
>>>> Reason for asking; there is very little room below my computer deask?
>>>>
>>>> regards
>>>>
>>>> markg
>>>
>>>
>>> Why you asking here? You too lazy to visit the Canon website to find
>>> out for
>>> yourself? Does your mother still wipe your arse for you too...?
>>>
>>
>>
>> You arrogant bitch. Must be the wrong time of the month or you've
>> had a bad
>> rogering.
>>
 
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I'm not sure you should be the person commenting on someone else's
rather erratic posting behaviour. ;-)

Art


measekite wrote:

>
>
> Arthur wrote:
>
>> He/she/it tends to get like this often, so I don't think it is a
>> monthly event.
>>
>> Since, she/he/it has absolutely no position on this newsgroup to tell
>> anyone what they should or shouldn't be posting, and being that
>> it/she/he shows total lack of judgment often in these postings, and is
>> erratic at best, I suggest she/he/it is best ignored.
>>
>> I sense he/it/she feels the need to be noticed and therefore acts like
>> a foul-mouthed 4 year old when not getting enough "attention".
>>
>> As they say, better praised than punished, but better punished than
>> ignored. All children tend to act this way.
>>
>> Art
>
>
> I still agree with the other poster who inferred that she must be on the
> Rag. ;-)
>
>>
>
 
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Arthur Entlich wrote:

> I'm not sure you should be the person commenting on someone else's
> rather erratic posting behaviour. ;-)
>
> Art


I was just agreeing.

>
>
> measekite wrote:
>
>>
>>
>> Arthur wrote:
>>
>>> He/she/it tends to get like this often, so I don't think it is a
>>> monthly event.
>>>
>>> Since, she/he/it has absolutely no position on this newsgroup to
>>> tell anyone what they should or shouldn't be posting, and being that
>>> it/she/he shows total lack of judgment often in these postings, and
>>> is erratic at best, I suggest she/he/it is best ignored.
>>>
>>> I sense he/it/she feels the need to be noticed and therefore acts
>>> like a foul-mouthed 4 year old when not getting enough "attention".
>>>
>>> As they say, better praised than punished, but better punished than
>>> ignored. All children tend to act this way.
>>>
>>> Art
>>
>>
>>
>> I still agree with the other poster who inferred that she must be on
>> the Rag. ;-)
>>
>>>
>>
 

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