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First clean the print head and run the test print and then the alignment setup to make sure that the printer is clean and registers correctly. In the Printer Properties (Right click on the printer name via Control Panel - Printers) there is an option tab for Colour Management. Click this and select the source that you need to match the print output to. Also go through all the other tabs in Pinter - Properties as there are many setup options there to setup and tweak the colour balance and adding effects etc. This can be quite a lengthy process but well worth the effort. There is no shortcut to doing this but you will end up with a precisely calibrated custom printer setup that you can save and reuse at any time. I have these profiles defined for my printers for each media type. Note that this may vary when you change the media type and manufacturers.
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