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    Sep 2009
    Valencia, Carabobo, Venezuela

    Pinting Problems

    What can I do if the Printed Photo is darker than the dislpayed Photo in the monitor. I am using Kodak Photo Premium Glossy Paper and Printer Quality is set at Photo Quality. The Printer is: HP-Officejet Pro K8600.
    Is this a problem of Printer calibration?

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    Apr 2003
    San Diego, California, USA

    Re: Pinting Problems

    I'm assuming that first your monitor is calibrated.. Given that, have you made a print profile (or found one from Kodak or other party) for the Kodak paper on your hp printer? If you can't find a profile and don't want to go through the hassle of doing one, then the best thing to do is to use HP paper with your HP printer. The driver already has the profiles built into it. If you use HP Glossy Premium Photo Paper, then make sure you select the same in the printer driver.

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