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it depends, either the printer is faulty or has a modified color shceme loaded or the monitor is not displaying true colors but inhanced colors. try to first use one of the online screen calibration test to verify the colors on your monitor are correct if so then check the color scheme on the printer.
Have you heard of Wysywig? What you see is what you get?
Well on color pictures on you monitor you get wysinwyg what you see is not what you get. Monitors are backlit, so colors are much more vibrant than what a printer can generally deliver. Explore the printing properties of your priinter as there are adjustments that can be made to enable better quality and true to color prints. The paper you use to print out your pics is also important in producing color that is close to original.
When you view your pics on screen try adjusting the color hue to the point it becomes overcolored and try a few experimental prints to see what level of the slide is needed to be used to achieve a brighter more vibrant picture. I would also like to say that the Canon 210 , whilst it is a very good printer, is at the cheaper end of the photo printer scale.
Talk to your ink and paper supplier, they can often show you or recommmend printers that are much higher and more accurate in delivering brighter and true to color photos.
The printer driver must be set to print text with the K resin panel. If the text is part of a bitmap image and not a true-type font then it will print from the coloured panels and be dark grey. To create the correct green on the card you need to change the RGB values so it prints correctly but look wrong on the badge design program. Even different printers print the same colour differently.
Altho the cartridge is new, you may have used all of the ink of one color. Pictures take an enormous amount of ink to print and all three primary colors are used to create the hues and colors indicated on the picture. Try a new color cartridge and see if that works.
Make it sure that ink cartridge are genuine not generic , sometime the generic ink the printer connot identify because the small chip at the back of cartridge are defferent from genuine ink.Sometime the generic can print but not true color, genuine has a perfect color and you will satified save time , money ,and effort.