The CanoScan LiDE 110 driver is a software that can be used to scan documents and images into digital formats.
The driver is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems. It is compatible with both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the Windows operating system. The driver also supports all versions of the mac OS.
How to install driver for Canon LiDE 110 printer
- In the table below, select the operating system that suits you;
- Download the driver or software by clicking on the “Download” button
- After the download is complete, run the file. To start, in most operating systems, you need to double-click on the installation file and follow the prompts of the wizard.
- The “Installation Wizard” will help you install the printer driver and software correctly
Canon LiDE 110 driver for Windows
|LiDE 110 Scanner Driver Ver.17.0.5 (Windows)||Download|
Canon LiDE 110 driver for Mac OS
|ICA Driver Ver.4.1.4a (Mac)||Download|
Canon LiDE 110 software for Windows
Canon LiDE 110 software for Mac OS
The CanoScan LiDE 110 is a flatbed scanner that can scan both documents and photos. It has a scanning area of 8.5” x 11.7” and can scan with a resolution of up to 600×1200 dpi.
This scanner is great for those who need to digitize their old photo albums, documents or receipts. The scanner also supports TWAIN software for use with other photo editing applications such as Photoshop or Lightroom.
The scanner kit includes a USB cable, as well as an AC adapter for power supply. It also comes with a CD containing ScanSnap Manager SE to install the software on your computer.
The scanner is able to scan both sides of the document simultaneously, which saves you time when scanning receipts or other multi-page documents. It can also scan color images, grayscale images and text documents into PDF files for easy sharing or archiving on your computer.
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