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Originally Posted by Harun View Post
I'm not sure about PSE, but the print dialogue in CS4 shows you what the current printer profile is currently set as. Make note of what the printer profile is, then find what the profile of the image is (in CS4 it is under Edit->Color Settings).
I forgot to note that if you do discover that the profiles do not match, change the printer profile to match the image's profile. This will usually fix problems with color photos. I haven't dealt much with grayscale so this problem may be something else, or it may fix it. Try the other stuff I suggested first and see if any of those fix the problem.



funny related side-note: This was the first time I ever used the stuff I learned from my color management and quality analysis classes outside of school. It's good to see my education is paying off when I'm helping people on internet message boards

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