There is nothing as frustrating as a Canon printer not equipped with your computer to print, and the activity of the organization ceases. Nonetheless, identifying the root cause of the problem and seeking a solution through basic troubleshooting steps will not be too difficult. The issue may be the printer itself, an OpenOffice defect or a more general Windows operating system problem. You would not be able to print authorised papers if the printer is not located in the open office. The error message may be equally annoying to encounter a fix of current computer compatibility on an offline Canon printer.
As you start printing a paper in openOffice and get the error code “No Printer Found” or “OpenOffice Printer is not found.” This is far from an annoying moment to take a couple seconds away from the performance of OpenOffice, as OpenOffice begins or prints, since OpenOffice always sticks to the issue and can’t do some sort of job. While OpenOffice might need modifications, the key bug concealed in the network or operating system must be found.
When OpenOffice also has issues, seek to print a tablet or a text file from a separate paper management program or compatible software. If you can print, just OpenOffice would be included in the mistake. Start the next step if it does.
Configure Your Printer as Default Printer Device
You will only be able to print on the server if you set up Microsoft ® XPS Paper Writer as OpenOffice ‘s standard. The printer may be tested by opening and navigating to File > Printer Settings, through default attached to the system. If the right printer is not set to use, replace it with that which many of the time you have to use to avoid “printer faults.”
Uninstall and Reinstall OpenOffice
It can sound like a simple way to delete the program’s “no printer detected” error while also being recovered. Downloading or modification to Windows can cause the printing system of OpenOffice to fail. Don’t think you’ll be going back to the previous system version or the App to repair the bug. After taking backups of main documents that comply with OpenOffice, then uninstall and reinstall it.
Renew Your OpenOffice Profile
Resetting the User Profile from OpenOffice would fix some issues created by modifying user details and probably failed to correct default printer errors. Adjust C:\user\Username\AppData\Roaming\OpenOffice.org\3\User ‘s existing folder name to “User.old” and later launch OpenOffice. If you choose to use any previously saved data or settings, click “Delete” before beginning the configuration method.
Uninstall And Reinstall Your Canon Printer on Your Computer
Remove it from your operating system if you do not wish to connect to the corresponding Canon printer. To do so, press the “Start” button and “Devices and Printers.” Once the OpenOffice has completed an update, redesign or reset configuration, re-install the printer again anytime you choose to use it again.
You can take help from our advanced Canon printer troubleshooting team after trying anyway if no printer can be found in your OpenOffice.