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If you mean can the printer print onto film slide to display on an overhead projector then I'm almost sure it can, however ensure the slides are of reputable quality i.e. Xerox slide material because the material will fuse and stick inside the fuser causing an expensive mess to rectify.
go into the menu and look for copy/print settings. you should see an option to lighten or darken the copy. It should look like a ascending /descending slider. tap to the left for lighter or to the right for darker
if your referring to photocopying but printout is darker, it doesnt work. canon copiers produce copies like the original or better than the original sometimes. try to scan the file in custom mode and adjust the brightness and contrast and click preview to view the outcome before scanning it then print it later
you need to go to your printer settings and make sure it is set as the default printer for everything. Make sure it is also set as your default scanner. you may also try lightening the image with the lighter/darker setting on the machine. if this continues, you may want to see if a section of the light is burnt out. this wiill cause darkness on scan & copies but not printing from the c drive. Make sure the machine is lighting up completely when is scans or copies. If part of the lighting is burnt out it will be a fix or replace situation.