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figure: Settings area (Correction). (1) Black and White Tone Adjustment Area ... Move the slider to the right to darken and left to lighten the color. ... the XPS printer driver (Canon series XPS) for Printer in the Settings area (Print Settings).
Actually pretty easy to do and just in case someone never gets back to, Cannon does provide an online user manual.
To darken copies: While in copy mode, press the menu button. Next, arrow over to "copy intensity", once there you should make sure that you\'re in manual mode, hit OK. This will bring up a darken/lighten mode and you can make adjustments from there to what you want. If your copier is starting to fade on it\'s initial copy setting, you also may be close to running out of ink if you haven\'t checked it in a while. Even though they shouldn\'t , if you don\'t used it that often, it can still dry out the connections. Hope this helps.
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
Double click Control Panel. Double click Printers and Faxes. Right click your printer and select properties. Now on General tab select "Printing Preferences".
Now select the basics tab and click "Advanced features" found on the right of the page. Here you will be able to adjust the amount of ink that is used to print a page. Side the bar to the right to increase/darken the print.
l For manual copy density adjustment, press the AUTO/ MANUAL/PHOTO ( / / ) key to select MANUAL ( ) and adjust with the LIGHT ( ) and DARK ( ) keys as desired. l For photographs, select PHOTO ( ) and then adjust with the LIGHT ( ) and DARK ( ) keys as desired. l There are 9 exposure steps indicated by 5 indicator lights. (The indicators light up one or two at a time.) Successive pushes of the LIGHT ( ) key will change the indicator lights in the order (3) / (3•2) /(2) / (2•1) / (1). Successive pushes of the DARK ( ) key will change the indicator lights in the order (3) / (3•4) / (4) / (4•5)/ (5) The automatic exposure level can be adjusted to suit your copying needs. 1 Press the AUTO/MANUAL/PHOTO ( / / ) key to select the PHOTO ( ) mode. 2 Press and hold the AUTO/MANUAL/PHOTO ( / / ) key for approximately 5 seconds. l The PHOTO ( ) indicator will go out and the AUTO indicator will begin to blink. l One or two exposure indicators corresponding to the automatic exposure level which has been selected will light up. The factory default setting is level “3”. 3 Press the LIGHT ( ) or DARK ( ) key to lighten or darken the automatic exposure level as desired. 4 Press the AUTO/MANUAL/PHOTO ( / / ) key. l The AUTO indicator will stop blinking and will light up steadily. l This automatic exposure level will remain in effect until you change it again by this procedure. Automatic exposure adjustment AUTO
This is a common problem with the CX 5000 - there is no contrast control (i.e., light/dark) like you would have on a photocopier. But if you use the scanning mode (EpsonScan) instead of the copying mode, there are a couple of alternative options that might help:
1) Brightness - in the EpsonScan program, in Home Mode, under Image Adjustments, there is a button labelled "Brightness." Depending on the colors and contrast of what you're copying, adjusting the brightness may help.
2) Color Restoration - In both Home Mode and Professional Mode, this feature is meant to restore the color to a faded photo - depending on the colors of your document, it may make the copy lighter or darker, but it's an option.
i would suggest that 1st you do the auto gradation adjustment full adjust under add function /adjustment cleaning then under additional functions look for one that says printer settings you can adjust black density under that setting