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Finding i860 Printer Model File

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I need help locating the Canon i860 printer model file.

I have a Canon i860 printer connected to my Windows XP computer. I want to be able to access the specific functions available for my Canon i860 from my Mac OS X system. Unfortunately, the Canon i860 isn't listed in the 'CANON' listing for printers. If I specify 'Other' under the Printer Model dialogue, which file should I point to?

NOTE: I have installed the Canon drivers for Mac OS X on my Mac - I even see them under /library/Printers/Canon/...
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