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My pages are coming out so light they are unreadable. Ink levels are full and pages print from other programs fine. But when I opened a pdf file emailed to me with adobe reader (btw same light print occurred when opened with IE)it is too light. I cannot find any adjustments...I've tried it all, even no help from adobe chat online. Anyone have ideas? thank you!
lisa b 960 days ago
Hi Lisa,I tried to find out more on this but other than the suggestions I made in your other thread, I could not find a solution using Acrobat or Reader. If this is only happening with one PDF file or only PDF files from one source (author) then it is probably a problem with how the file was rendered in the first place.Hope this helps,DimitriWindJack Solutionswww.windjack.comwww.pdfscripting.com
Thank you for trying to find an answer. Unfortunately, the problem is occuring with several files sent from different sources. I tried your other suggestions but to no avail. I am stuck now :(
Hi again Lisa,One more try- In the Print dialog if you click on the Advanced button and choose Let Printer Determine Colors, does that work?Hope this helps,DimitriWindJack Solutionswww.windjack.comwww.pdfscripting.com
DimitriNope, same result. Thank you though!
I am guessing you have looked that economode is not checked under Paper Quality Tab, and it is set at FastRes 1200.
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