Open the image that you wish to print.
If required, select the print range.
• Images for use with Print Plug-In are less than 60,000 pixels in width and height. Reduce the selec-
tion range or reduce the image with processing for images more than 60,000 pixels in width and
height, and then attempt step 3.
Select Export(or Data Export) from the File menu and then select the output plug-in that matches your printer.
The imagePROGRAF Print Plug-In for Photoshop window (known below as the Print Plug-In window) is displayed.
• When a profile is created with a commercially available profile creation tool, it may be created in
ICCv4 format. When an image source profile is ICCv4, you must install AdobeCMM or use Print
Plug-In in a Windows Vista or later environment.
When Adobe CMM is not installed in a Windows XP environment, a message is displayed, and the
source profile changes to Adobe RGB. To use an ICCv4 profile in a Windows XP environment, exit
Plug-In and then install Adobe CMM. For details on installing Adobe CMM, refer to Using Adobe
• If the message below is displayed but the Print Plug-In window is not displayed, install the newest
imagePROGRAF printer driver and then attempt step 3.
The imagePROGRAF Printer Driver for iPFxxxx is either not installed correctly or not instal-
led at all. Please install.
(The iPFxxxx portion of the above message will reflect your printer name.)
• If the message below is displayed but the Print Plug-In window is not displayed, convert the color
space of the image to either RGB color, grayscale, or CMYK color and then attempt step 3.
Set the color space of the image to either RGB color, grayscale, or CMYK color.
• When the color space of the entry screen is CMYK, it changes to AdobeRGB due to processing with
Print Plug-In. Also, [Relative Colorimetric] is used for the matching method.
Print Plug-In for Photoshop/Digital Photo Professional
Starting from Photoshop