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    My printer Epson D68 photo edition is not printing the colours right, there is too much red and not enough blue. Someone told me a colour management program will sort out this problem. Can anyone recommend a good one?

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    This is a continuation of your post here:

    http://www.help2go.com/component/opt...hlight,/#98755

    As said before, you are going to have play with the ink setting.

    Closing this post. Please continue with the above link.

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    The main problem you have is the difference between what you see on screen and what is printed.
    They never match.
    What is created to miimize this are called Printer Profiles. Profiles are written for specific printer/graphics card/monitor combinations.
    Many printers come with a range of profiles so check you documentation. One of these profiles may be what you need to use.
    Failing that you can pay a specialist to write a profile to suit your system.
    The alternative is the reset the graphics card, monitor and printer to their default settings, adjust a pic so it looks good on screen, print it then adjust your grapahic card/monitor colors to match the printed pic as close as possible.
    This way you will be closer to WYSIWYG (the screen will match the print closer)
    From then on it is a matter of tweaking the printer settings.
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