Having made, for a variety of reasons, the decision to switch from Windows to Mac, I found a nicely specc'd and well priced mid 2014 15" Macbook Pro (2.5G I7, 16G ram, 500G SSD, 70 battery cycles) and am in the process of loading programs, transferring files, installing Parallels etc. For the most part, things are going OK but I can't switch over until I can print and scan. I have two printers: a Canon MX870 multi purpose ink jet and a workhorse HP 4P laser. (I have no illusions about running the HP under OS - it will be installed under XP in Parallels. A day of frustration has left me wondering if I am making a mistake. Windows has a number of issues but one of the things it does well is detecting new hardware, finding drivers and installing them. OS seems a lot harder. I have downloaded and installed the latest drivers from Canon (suitable for El Capitan per the Canon site). With the drivers downloaded the Mac found the (wireless) printer and it shows up on the printer list. It also prints - sort of. A print command from Libre Office brings up the printer and gives me the option to print - but that's all. I cannot find the rich menu options that are offered under windows like duplex printing, 4-in-1 printing, portrait or landscape, print quality, paper size, paper source (front, back or auto) etc. I have also downloaded and installed the latest version of the Canon Navigator scanning function and it appears on the launchpad but simply returns an "unable to connect" message. Any suggestions? I really like the machine but if it won't do what I need - Craig's list!