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To install the photo print cartridge
To install the photo print cartridge, remove the black print cartridge from the printer,
and then install the photo print cartridge in the right side of the print cartridge cradle.
Note
To learn how to install a print cartridge, see
Installation instructions
. To
protect a print cartridge when it is not in the printer, follow these storage
guidelines
.
To use the photo print cartridge
1.
Open the
Printer Properties dialog box
.
2.
Click the
Printing Shortcuts
tab.
3.
In the
Printing Shortcuts
list, click either
Photo Printing-Borderless
or
Photo
Printing-with white borders
.
4.
In the
Print Quality
drop-down list, click
Normal
or
Best
.
Note
For maximum dpi quality, go to the
Features
tab, and then click
Maximum dpi
in the
Print Quality
drop-down list.
5.
In the
Paper Type
drop-down list, select the appropriate photo paper type.
6.
Select any other print settings that you want, and then click
OK
.
Advanced color settings
Use the
More color options
dialog box to adjust how printed colors appear in your
photos.
Adjusting these settings causes the printed colors to differ from the colors that appear
on your computer monitor.
To specify advanced color settings
1.
Open the
Printer Properties dialog box
.
2.
Click the
Color
tab, and then click the
More color options
button.
The More color options dialog box is displayed.
3.
You can adjust the following settings:
Adjust the
Brightness
,
Saturation
, and
Color Tone
to affect how overall colors
are printed.
Adjust the
Cyan
,
Magenta
,
Yellow
, and
Black
sliders to specify the level of
each color that is used in printing.
Note
When you adjust color settings, the changes are reflected in the
Preview box.
4.
After specifying the color settings, click
OK
.
5.
Select any other print settings that you want, and then click
OK
.
Exif Print
Exif Print (Exchangeable Image File Format 2.2) is an international digital imaging
standard that simplifies digital photography and enhances printed photos. When a photo
is taken with an Exif Print-enabled digital camera, Exif Print captures information such
as exposure time, type of flash, and color saturation, and stores it in the image file. The
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