Problem with images in lecture notes, come out all solid black.
My lecture notes have some colour in them, but i've noticed that even like a little speech bubble with writing in it with a very very light blue back turns out as a solid black spot when printed. this didn't use to happen, and i've recently bought a new toner cartridge and it's happened before and after.
Follow the instructions on that page to get to the Properties dialog for the printer (the method differs depending on which Windows operating system you have), then click on the Configure tab. The Print Density slider controls contrast. See if adjusting that slider makes a difference. If that doesn't seem to do the trick, go back into the printer's properties and this time click on the Color Management tab and see if a setting there could be causing this issue.
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Not sure of the QUESTION..? Do you want to print colour or black and white..? Anyway,try this, bring up image , at top left click on Fix , at top right click on Auto Adjust then go down to Adjust Colour click on and hold Saturation Slider move to left to remove colour ,right to add colour go to print and it should give you a black / white image. Remember to return image back to original colour or image will return to file in b/w hope this works for you..goodluck...T.C.
Without knowing the Model of Printer and any specifics I will try to cover all the bases I can.
If your printer uses a Tri-Colour cartridge and Black Cartridge then it is most likely that either the Magenta in the Tri-Colour cartridge is either Empty or Blocked or the Black cartridge is Empty.
To test this you can take the Tri-Colour and Black Cartridge out of the printer and press the Printhead against a tissue. The Black should be a solid black line approximately a centimeter long by 3 Millimeters wide. The Colour should have three solid lines, one of each colour Cyan, Magenta and Yellow. If either of these is not clear then the cartridge that does not leave clear footprints will either be empty or blocked.
If your HP printer uses seperate ink tanks for each colour then the Printhead may be blocked or the Ink Tanks are empty.
If it is a Laser Printer then there are several possibilities open. The Toner Cartridges are Empty or the Toner Seals have not been removed. If they are still full and the seals are removed then the Imaging Mirrors may be damaged or the Imaging Drum(s) may be damaged.
There is a defect in the Imaging Unit of these printers....if you replace the imaging unit, the problem of the faded black prints go away. If you have less than 7000 prints, you can call Samsung for a warrantied replacement. The Imaging Unit is supposed to last at least 20,000 prints.
This printer does not let you print if even one of the cartidges is out of ink. I suggest you replace them and then in the printer properties change your settings to the way you want color to be spent.