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It print all color blue


use the printer utilities
Using the Printer Utilities

how to
Accessing the printer software You can access the printer software from most Windows applications, or from the Windows Start menu.
When you access the printer software from a Windows application, the settings that you make apply only to the application you are using.
When you access the printer software from the Start menu, the settings that you make apply to all of your Windows applications.
Refer to the appropriate section below.

From Windows applications

Follow the steps below to access the printer software.
Click Print or Print Setup on the File menu. In the dialog box that appears, click Printer, Setup, Options, or Properties. (Depending on your application, you may need to click a combination of these buttons.) The printer software opens.

From the Start menu

Follow the steps below to access the printer software.
For Windows Me, 2000, NT 4.0, 98 and 95 users, click Start, point to Settings, then click Printers.
For Windows XP users, click Start, then click Control Panel, then click Printers and other hardware, then click Printers and Faxes.
For Windows Me, 98, and 95 users, select your printer, then click Properties on the File menu.
For Windows XP and 2000 users, select your printer, then click Printing Preferences on the File menu.
For Windows NT 4.0 users, select your printer, then click Document Defaults on the File menu.
The printer software opens.

May 13, 2015 | Epson L210 - multifunction printer /...

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I am trying to print something in color using my canon pixma mp640. i have made sure all of my ink levels are good and that my setting on both the computer and printer are set to color. but it is only...


If you are certain that your printer online properties indicates color printing and you can get 'test print' in color (via Printer properties or Printer built-in menu), I would first check that your application is not overriding the default settings (e.g. such as proof/draft mode printing in mono or B&W) or try another application.

If no applications won't print in colors, I would try to re-install the Printer Drivers specific to your windows version.

Sep 21, 2011 | Canon Office Equipment & Supplies

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Incoming emails will not print in color even tho it has a new color cartridge


Check the settings software that came with the printer. Many of them allow you to block applications from printing in color to prevent wasted color printing. Many default to no color on Internet printing and you have to tell it to print color to get color.

May 07, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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I can't print in color


There are several possibilities here:

1) The default printer settings in your OS (operating system) were set to black only. If you are in windows, go to the windows control panel and choose the printers icon. Find your printer and modify the settings to allow color.

2) The application is overriding the default print settings. Look for something under the application's menu system like "File...Print Setup", or "File...Printer Settings" and change the print mode there to color.

3) The application's page setup is set to black or greyscale only. Look in the application's menu system for something like "File...Page Setup" or "Format...Page" and make sure it's not set to black only.

You will probably get better answers to your question by providing more info like what OS, or version of Windows you are using and what program you are trying to print from.

Dec 19, 2008 | HP LaserJet 2840 Printer

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Printing black and white photos from digitally taken colour photos


Hi Pat,

First you will have to check the Nozzle of your printer. To do this, press the setup button and select Nozzle Check. Use a plain paper to do this. Press Ok after that. It will print out a pattern for each color. Make sure that the lines are connected to each other specially for black since that you are printing a black and white photo. Lines going across is on a stair case pattern and should be connected to each other. Proceed with cleaning cycle if needed.

You can do a cleaning cycle using your printer of the computer. You can skip this if you have a good Nozzle check.

Using printer:
Press setup then select head cleaning.

Using computer.
Go to utility of the printer and find maintenance. Click on the head cleaning button.

Once that the nozzle are fine, you can now try printing. I strongly suggest that you use other application first instead of Adobe Photoshop. Since that Photoshop uses color management, it can be that the settings are incorrect. Save first the picture that you opened in Photoshop. You can save it on your desktop to easily locate the file. Make sure that the file is in jpeg format. Now to isolate the issue if it is cause by a software or not, try the standard application for your O.S.

Smaple Application:
Windows O.S. : Windows Picture and Fa Viewer
- right click on the file and select open with.
- select windows picture and fax viewer.
- folow the on screen instuctions.
Note: If you are now on the window on what pinter to use. Make sure that you set the option for printers under preferences to print in gray scale or black only. Select also the correct paper type.
- Proceed with printing.

Mac OSX: Preview or Iphoto
- open the picture under one of the application.
- click file then print.
- Make sure printer is selected.
- underneath the print option, you will have to go to print setting.
- find the option that says color then select black.
- select the appropriate settings for paper.
- the click on print.

Now see if it did print out corectly. If it did, it means that the appplication is the one causing this. If you are familiar with the color manage features of the application Photoshop. Let Photoshop handles the color. After getting to the widow what printer to use, to the the preferences of the printer and select the correct paper type. You will have to find the color management of the printer.

For Windows, It under the advance option under the main tab. Select off no color adjustment.
For Mac instead of going to print setting, find color manage and turn it off. Select off no color adjustment.

Then try printing.

Regarding your other question, If the printer is producing excess inks on your print out when ot comes to black printing and color printing, that pad needs replacement.






Aug 15, 2008 | Epson Stylus Photo RX700 All-In-One InkJet...

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Hp 7310 all in one


First check that printer is not set to print B&W. Open an application to print a page, for example Word. Chose print command from the file menu on top bar , the print window will open.
In the print window press the 'properties' button, and check tha printer is set for color printing.t

Once you are sure printer settings are not in B&W, read the following.
Even if it shows color at 75, the printer color level may had not been reset since the cartridge had been replaced, in this case the cartridge may be empty.
If the cartridge is not empty it still can be faulty (eg. ink insid is dry).
In either case replace color cartridge with new original one.

If after you replace the cartridge it still does not print colors, then color head is faulty, at this point consider having the printer repaired by a technician.

Jul 22, 2008 | HP Officejet 7310 All-In-One Printer

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Can you set default to print using only black ink?


Wow, what an incredibly unhelpful answer. Thanks, HP shill.

The answer is no. Selling ink is how printer companies make money, and they will do everything possible to make you buy more ink, even when you don't need it.



Mar 08, 2008 | HP Photosmart C5180 All-In-One InkJet...

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Color printing


Solution: Manually adjust color from the driver (Windows)

Manual Color Adjustment Follow the steps below to make fine adjustments to the color hue for the printed output. These settings will only make minor color adjustments. If more drastic color adjustment is necessary, use an image editing application.
  1. On the Windows desktop, click 'Start', point to 'Settings', then click 'Printers' (Windows XP: On the Start menu, click 'Printers and Faxes', Windows Vista Click / Select Start from the bottom left of the Windows screen, 'Control Panel', 'Hardware and Sound', and then click on 'Printers'.).

    Note: If you are in 'Classic' view, Click 'Printers' directly from the 'Control Panel'.

  2. Windows 2000/XP/Vista: Right-click the printer icon, then click 'Printing Preferences'. Windows 98/Me: Right-click the printer icon, then click 'Properties'.

  3. On the Main tab, select 'Manual' for 'Color Adjustment.'

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  4. On the Manual Color Adjustment screen, adjust each color individually to achieve the desired effect.

    Note: This screen may vary depending on model.


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Nov 16, 2007 | Canon Pixma iP6000D InkJet Photo Printer

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Color on monitor different from print


Windows 2000 / XP
  1. From the application's File menu, select Print to display the application's Print dialog box.
  2. Click the Properties button located at the top, right of the Print dialog box to display the printer Properties window.
  3. Click the TekColor tab.
  4. Select a TekColor correction. It may be necessary to try all the color corrections to obtain the desired results.
  5. Click OK to return to the Print dialog box, then click OK to send the print job to the printer.
Windows 98 / Me
  1. From the application's File menu, select Print to display the application's Print dialog box.
  2. Click the Properties button located at the top, right of the Print dialog box to display the printer Properties window.
  3. Click the TekColor tab.
  4. Select a TekColor correction. It may be necessary to try all the color corrections to obtain the desired results.
  5. Click the Apply button at the bottom, right of the Printer Properties window.
  6. Click OK to return to the Print dialog box, then click OK to send the print job to the printer.
Macintosh OS 9
  1. From the application's File menu, select Print.
  2. Click on the General drop-down list and select TekColor.
  3. Select a TekColor correction. It may be necessary to try all the color corrections to obtain the desired results.
  4. Click the Print button to send the print job to the printer.
Macintosh OS 10 (10.2.x and 10.3.x)
  1. From the application's File menu, select Print.
  2. Click the Copies and Pages drop-down list and select Image Quality.
  3. Select a TekColor correction. It may be necessary to try all the color corrections to obtain the desired results.
  4. Click the Print button to send the print job to the printer.
note_image33x30.gif Note: If the image quality option is not displayed, refer to configure the printer with the correct PostScript Printer Description (PPD) File Below. Configure the Printer with the Correct PostScript Printer Description (PPD)
note_image33x30.gif Note: The steps below are only necessary if the Image Quality option is not available in Macintosh OS X. The PPD file contains features a particular printer supports such as TekColor Corrections. In order for the TekColor Corrections and other printer specific features to be available, the correct PPD file must be specified when the printer is installed. To ensure the printer is configured with the correct PPD file:
  1. Open the Print Center (for OS 10.2.2.x) or the Printer Setup Utility (for OS 10.3.x):
    1. Open the Hard Drive.
    2. Open the Applications folder.
    3. Open the Utilities folder.
    4. Open the Print Center or Printer Setup Utility.
  2. With the Print Center or the Printer Setup Utility open, select the appropriate printer from the printer list, then click Show Info from the Printers menu.
  3. Click the Name and Location drop-down lsit and select Printer Model.
  4. The current PPD being used will be displayed. If the PPD shown is incorrect (for example; is set to Generic PostScript Printer), click the drop-down list and select Xerox.
  5. Select the corresponding PPD for the printer and click Apply Changes. note_image33x30.gif Note: Make sure the correct feature set is selected. For example; if the printer is a Phaser 8400DP, ensure the DP feature set is selected.
  6. Close the Printer Info window, close the Printer List window, then check that the Image Quality option is available.

Nov 05, 2007 | Xerox Phaser 8400 Laser Printer

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