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Try this: Convert image from RGB or grey scale to CMYK > save > and give print command

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Ria

It seems to be a low toners or cartridge issue. May be you need to refill your printer cartrige or toner first. It may also caused by color resolution (depth) issue.

Deanna

I am trying to find information to back up what my daughter learned in school. Her art Teacher told her that black and white are not colours...they are tints. Does anyone know where I can find this information?

John

I'm replying to this extremely late but I work as a graphic artist for a small printing company and so I believe I know what's going on. You are sending your file to print in black and white by producing black from your color toners. If you want it to print only in true black toner then you need to change the method of printing in the print controls (or page setup) as you print. There should be an option when you start to print that allows you to tell the printer to only use black toner or "Print Color in Greyscale" or some simular option. If you have told it to print using only black toner then any color tint is either a result of bad toner or a faulty printer.

pat

It is a typical problem in printing BW on desktop printers. If you select black Ink (or equivilant) you will loose much tonality. Printers attempt to solve this by adding colours to the BW print to compensate for the loss of tonality. A good alternative is to make a duotone or tritone etc out of your BW pictures. This will give you greater color control over the final tone of your print. Otherwise work closely with a good photolab which will make the necessary adjustments for you. Printing BW in this digital age is nothing short of a curse. Good luck!

Dave

We have a similar problem when printing in Black & White; getting a greenish tint like a sick duotone. We print primarily from Adobe Acrobat Professional. Sometimes we have to choose a radio button in the print menu under "Advanced" that reads "Print colors as black." Apparently many four and six color process printers create "richer" blacks by using all the colored inks along with black and the result is often a duotone effect that's undesireable. The "Print colors as black" option apparently disables the CM&Y and only uses the K. I have often seen this problem in getting black & white prints from digital cameras at local pharmacies.

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