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1.Control over the colour output of your printer may be
performed automatically, or for advanced control, by
manual adjustment. The automatic setting will be
appropriate in most cases. The other options in this
window only become visible when you select a choice
other than Auto. For greyscale printing, the printer runs at
24ppm and all pages are printed in black and white.
2.You can choose from a range of colour matching options,
depending on the image source for your document. For
example, a photograph taken on a digital camera might
require different colour matching to a business graphic
created in a spreadsheet application. Again, for most
general purpose use, automatic is the best choice.
3.Printed output may be made lighter or darker, or the
colours made more saturated and vibrant as required.
4.Black areas may be printed using 100% cyan, magenta
and yellow (composite black), giving a more glossy
appearance, or using only black toner (true black), giving
a more matte appearance. Choosing the automatic setting
allows the driver to make the most appropriate choice
depending on image content.
5.A single on-screen button restores the default settings.
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