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Color of photo

How do you aqdjust the color to your photos

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  • Anonymous Jul 23, 2008

    The color looks very faded. I have printed photos before and they have been bright and crisp. The ink is fairly new. The only steps I have taken in alignment and taking out the ink cartridges and putting them back in.

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Http://www.kodak.com/global/plugins/acrobat/en/service/manuals/AiOPrinters/5500AiOPrinterUG_EN-US.pdf

Here is the link to view the operation manual for your printer. I you click on the little disk Icon in the upper left corner of the screen you can save the manual. If you save the manual you will need to have Adobe reader installed on your computer. You can download the reader free from this link:

http://www.9-download.com/order/signup1b.php?eid=0001&sid=pdfsoftware

Enter you info and you can download and install the reader for free. I hope this helps you out, If you need more help feel free to contact me.
George

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

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    George Kohler Jul 23, 2008

    Please log in and rate this comment fixya if it helped you resolve your problem. If it did not send me an E-mail with your phone number to geokohler@gmail.com And I will help you fix your problem. Do not rate the problem until We have it fixed.

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