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The printer driver must be set to print text with the K resin panel. If the text is part of a bitmap image and not a true-type font then it will print from the coloured panels and be dark grey. To create the correct green on the card you need to change the RGB values so it prints correctly but look wrong on the badge design program. Even different printers print the same colour differently.
The only greeting card product on their website is Greeting Card Factory® Deluxe 7.0 and it's Vista certified meaning it should work with Vista. If you have a non Vista certified product you have a 90 day satisfaction guarantee in which to contact them and return it.
Use Photoshop. Also their are Color Profiles you can install on you computer. n windows Rt click an Goto properties/Settings/advanced. THe last tab is where you can install them.
They will only allow you to match you screen to the printer color better.. Google where and what on you need. In Card5 id I remember. There should be a setting that comes up when the print is initiated.
You should be able to set card of to control the color and not the printer. Or visa verso.
In the printer settings choose the type of paper, card, or the various photo papers that are listed. This must be selected to get the best quality for each project you are doing weather it is just normal text or quality photos, the both require different print settings. Usually by using the automatic setting does handle most settings but dont bank on it.