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WISIWIG with D770 and Epson750

I have a D770 and an Epson 750, but no scanner. Can I use the wisiwig software to calibrate my monitor and my printer? Thanks. Jean-Pierre

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You DO NEED A SCANNER for using Wiziwyg. Yuo need to scan in the printed file and the praxisoft supplied IT-8 for the software to work.

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For me, it didn't work! May depend on your system, i.e. Monitor. I asked about the same question some time back but nobody answered... So, I guess it isn't a problem ??? Good luck

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