If you are paying for an expensive printer every month then you should demand the best results possible. The prints that are in offices today are remarkable. There has never been this much ability to create this level of print within the comfort of your own office. However, not everyone knows how to utilize their machines to their full potentials. Optimizing print performance is not difficult, and you will get results that you will be able to see.
Optimizing print performance is all about making sure that your printer knows what you want to accomplish. Don’t just assume that your office machine knows what kind of job you want to complete. It doesn’t know whether you are printing a normal document or a full-color print before you do it. That’s why you need to adjust your settings in order to optimize print performance.
Follow these color printing tips to get the best prints you’ve ever had.
- Set your print resolution. Make sure that it is as high as it can go. Most printers have settings that go as high as 1800 x 600 dpi, or even 2400 x 1200. More dpi means better pictures.
- Set your print driver. Make sure you change from the text setting to the photo setting. This will prepare your printer for a bolder image.
- Set print drive to full color. This will open a new range of colors available.
- Use Adobe PostScript print drive. Your greens, blues, and reds will be changed into cyan, magenta, yellow, and black values. This will create a fully color spectrum.
- Check your digital format. Jpeg, PDF, and PNG will create better images than TIFF or Bitmap photo.