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You might be able to adjust the exposure in the photo gallery so that the photos aren't printed so pale with that application.
But here's the scoop on easy print:
"Exif Print Support: When a digital photo is taken, up to 40 different camera settings (like flash and zoom) and scene conditions (like landscape or panorama) are stored with the image as Exif Print tags. Canon's Easy-PhotoPrint analyzes these tags to determine the best image processing settings. Easy-PhotoPrint then automatically sets the optimum printer driver settings to make sure your photo prints come out stunning, every time."
So that's the reason those photos are printing better.
Then see also this comment: "Can Easy-PhotoPrint work with non-Exif Print images? Yes. Easy-PhotoPrint will work with all JPEG files, regardless of the source of the image. However, only images that were captured by an Exif Print capable camera will be processed using the Exif Print information"
I'm assuming your last question refers to transferring images from Windows live photo gallery to easy print. You should be able to download the photos to a folder on your computer. Save them there.
Then open the Easy Photo Print software and, I'm guessing here, use the open command on the File menu, or whatever usually opens a picture file, and simply browse to the location where you have saved the photos, and open them from within easy photo to print them. If that doesn't seem to work, you may have to import the photo into an easy photo gallery or album of some kind first, then print from there. There would be an import command available, usually from the File menu.
But according the the link here, you can definitely print other photos that have been saved as jpeg files. You will probably find more info about how to do so in the Easy Share help files.
You may or may not be interested, but a great free image viewer I've been using lately is Fastone Image Viewer, available here. It uses a format very similar to the windows explorer, which helps make image file management a little simpler. You'd have to experiment with it to see how well it prints, compared to canon's own software. But with a little experimentation, you'll learn how to adjust the various settings to take advantage of your printer's capacity.
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Sounds like you need to setup printing preferences on the print programme
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