You can connect your Canon printer to Mac computer using the manufacturer printer driver or using the printer preferences in Mac. If there are any issues, your Canon printer won’t connect to Mac. Make use of the solutions given on this page to fix the connection issue between Canon printer and Mac computer.
Step 1: Check The Connection
Initially, make sure your Canon printer is turned on.
If you are connecting the printer and Mac computer using a USB cable, then remove the cable and plug it back firmly.
If you are trying to connect the devices over a network, make sure your router is turned on and working.
Now, click the Apple menu on your Mac and choose System Preference.
Click on Printers& Scanners.
If you are not able to see your printer, change the USB cable and try again to resolve Canon printer won’t connect to Mac.
Step 2: Resume Printing In The Printer’s Queue
Go to the Dock, which is at the bottom of the screen.
Click on your Canon printer icon and then open the printer’squeue.
If you can view the Resume button, then you have paused printing job in the toolbar
Click the Resume button to continue printing
If you don't want to continue, you can delete the print jobby selecting the Delete Job button.
Step 3: Check About The Recent Updates For The Software
Find out that you are using the right version of the software for your printer.To determine the version, from the Apple menu, select System Preferences.
Navigate to Printers & Scanners and then select the printer.
Click Options & Supplies and click the General Here you can view the version of the printer driver installed.
Verify the same from the official support page of the printer. If your printer driver is outdated, install the latest printer driver on your Mac and then try to connect the devices.
Still, if your Canon printer won’t connect to Mac, click the Call button for remote assistance.