Matching Pantone colors

In addition to controlling color through the printer driver, you can control color through PANTONE * color matching. PANTONE * colors are certified RGB and CMYK values specified in the PANTONE * color-matching system, which is supported in many graphics software applications. This color-matching system is useful for matching printer output to a specific color (for example, a logo). See the documentation for your software application for instructions on using PANTONE * colors. For more...

To adjust color balance

Step 1 Print a color balance calibration page The color balance calibration page (shown below) displays current color settings and provides a record of the printer's initial settings before any adjustments are made. 1 Press Menu until displays. 2 Press Item until displays. 3 Press Select to print the color balance calibration page. The page consists of four color bars (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) and a box containing gray balance circles. The factory default setting for each color is...

Gray background on envelopes

Poor print quality is normally the result of using envelopes that are of the incorrect weight or finish. The paper used to construct the envelope may be embossed or may be too heavy, too rough or too slick or may be made in such a way that it is incompatible with the high temperatures encountered in toner fusing. The result is that the toner does not adhere well to the surface. Also, on heavier envelopes, a gray background may appear on the front or print side of the envelope. The U. S.,...