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Print colour my beautiful printer is printing awful copies from digital photos prepared in photoshop, there seems to be some kind of color conflict ?The photo's look great on the screen and via print preview but are very dark when printed ! any help would be greatly appreciated

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Re: print colour

Try unistalling both Printer and Photo Shop then reinstall them.

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