The Canon Pixma MP760 all-in-one aced CNET Labs' print quality tests across the board. Text on inkjet paper looked dark and dense, and it was easy to read. Color graphics on inkjet paper showed smooth gradients and accurate colors. Our color test photo displayed lifelike flesh tones and excellent details.
Both the color and grayscale scans produced by the MP760 at the default settings looked washed out and lacked black. However, the scans didn't introduce any errors into the images, and they looked very good at custom settings, with true blacks, white whites, and good details.
(Longer bars indicate better performance)
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Click here to learn more about how CNET Labs tests printers.The Canon Pixma MP760 all-in-one comes with a setup poster and a 36-page quick-start guide that covers basic operations. The software CD contains a highly detailed owner's manual in three parts: a user guide, a software guide, and a photo-application guide that explains Canon's Easy-PhotoPrint and Easy-WebPrint.
More information and support for the MP760 is available on Canon's Web site, which offers FAQs, troubleshooting topic lists, and an e-mail link to tech support. Toll-free tech support is available for the yearlong life of the warranty, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET, except on holidays. We'd like to see full weekend support for a product geared for home use.