Giving Priority to Particular Graphic Elements and Colors for Printing
Print Quality (*1)
*1: Options suitable for the selected Print Priority are listed under Print Quality.
Color Mode (*1)
Color Adjustment (Images)
Color Adjustment (Graphics)
Color Adjustment (Text)
Color-Matching Method (*2)
Color Space (*3)
*1: Options suitable for the selected Print Priority and Media Type are listed under Color ModePrint Priority.
*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
Choose this setting to print at high resolution when
quality is most important.
Printing takes longer and consumes more ink than in
Standard or Fast modes, but this mode offers excep-
tional printing quality.
Choose this setting to print at standard resolution
when quality and speed are both important.
Printing takes less time than in Highest or High
Choose this setting to print faster.
Printing in draft mode can help you work more effi-
ciently when checking layouts.
No color correction
Driver Matching Mode
ICC Matching Mode
Prints making fine lines appear thicker.
Choose whether to print in color or mono-
(Refer to " Adjusting the Color in the Printer
You can adjust the levels of cyan, magenta,
and yellow as well as the brightness, con-
trast, saturation, and gray tone separately for
images, graphics, and text documents.
If you choose Monochrome in Color Mode
only Brightness and Contrast can be adjus-
Choose the gray tone color balance ( Cool
Black or Warm Black ) and adjust levels of
brightness, contrast, highlight, and shadow as
These levels can be adjusted when Mono-
chrome (Photo) is selected in Color Mode.
Choose the color-matching mode. Other col-
or-matching modes may be provided by the
computer operating system, such as ICM and
Choose the color-matching method. The
available options vary depending on your se-
lection in Color-Matching Mode.
Choose a standard color space (sRGB ) or
an expanded color space ( Adobe RGB).