If this happens:
Print settings for your job
output do not match the
settings you gave.
You get poor printing
Separations do not
The registration or colors
of an image are not what
Your printed ﬁle appears
Problems with print quality
For information about printing with speciﬁc applications and about
optimizing color output, see the Color Guide.
Make sure you did not override the setting for the job in another place.
For information about options and overrides, see Appendix A.
Does your application require one of iR C2100/2100S's printer description
If you're printing from Adobe PageMaker, make sure the iR C2100/2100S
printer description ﬁle is installed correctly. For information about installing
these ﬁles, see Getting Started.
Make sure the system has been calibrated.
For instructions, see the Color Guide.
Make sure the ﬁle was initially created as separations.
If you are printing separations or a DCS format ﬁle, set the Combine
Separations print option to On.
With Combine Separations On, all four colors will be printed on a single
page; with Combine Separations Off, four black-and-white pages will print
to simulate four single-color plates.
Ask the operator to print a test page with the copier/printer.
The problem may be with the copier/printer. If your test page shows that the
copier/printer is working properly, correct the problem within your
application software. If the test page is wrong, your copier/printer may need
to be calibrated or adjusted in some other way.
Adjust the Brightness option.
You can use the Brightness option when printing from an application or
from Fiery Downloader to lighten your image whenever you print a
PostScript or Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) ﬁle.