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Hp Photosmart 8750 - Trouble printing in color using 8750 as networked printer.

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Hi,

 

I have an HP Photosmart 8750 Professional printer direct connected to a Win XP computer through the USB port.  It is designated as a network (shared) printer.  The printer works fine printing from the XP computer as I am able to set the print jobs to be controlled by the application I am using.  

 

However, one of the computers on the network has a Windows 7 64-bit operating system.  The computer recognizes the 8750 but I am only able to set the color management on the printer properties menu box to either ColorSmart/sRGB or AdobeRGB.  There is no option to have the color management 'controlled by application'.  Because of this, I am unable to print colored text in documents, at least in those created by Microsoft Office, Wordpad, or Adobe Reader.  (Only programs I have tried to print with so far).

 

Is there a work around for this problem?

 

Tamm

 

 

 

Tamm
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