Enhanced Printing Options
Color-Matching Method (*2)
Color Space (*3)
*1: Options suitable for the selected Print Priority and Media Type are listed under Color Mode.
*2: The order of options displayed varies depending on the operating system.
*3: Adobe RGB is not available if an incompatible combination of the paper type and print quality is selected.
• Enhancing printing quality
Thicken Fine Lines
• To print at a higher level of quality, in the printer driver, choose High in Print Quality, and select
For instructions on specifying the print quality and color settings before printing, refer to the following topics, as ap-
propriate for your computer and operating system.
• Choosing the Document Type and Printing Conditions (Windows)
• Choosing the Document Type and Printing Conditions (Mac OS X)
Giving Priority to Particular Graphic Elements and Colors for Printing
This prints at the highest resolution. Printing takes longer and consumes more ink
than in other modes, but this mode offers superior printing quality.
Prints making fine lines appear thicker.
Prints by suppressing color variations and misaligned ruled lines. However, this
takes more time than regular printing.
When this mode is selected, the quality is diminished from that of regular printing,
however less ink is consumed. Select this mode if you want to conserve ink when
printing to check drawings, for example. Depending on the Media Type and Print
Quality settings, this mode may not be available.
Highest quality and print.
Driver Matching Mode
ICC Matching Mode
Choose the gray tone color balance
( Cool Black or Warm Black ) and ad-
just levels of brightness, contrast, high-
light, and shadow as desired.
These levels can be adjusted when
Monochrome (Photo) is selected in
Choose the color-matching mode. Oth-
er color-matching modes may be provi-
ded by the computer operating system,
such as ICM and ColorSync.
Choose the color-matching method.
The available options vary depending
on your selection in Color-Matching
Choose a standard color space
( sRGB ) or an expanded color space
( Adobe RGB ).