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T 120 black printing

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T 120
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

Printing in black and white the greyscale has a touch of magenta.  Using "Black only' it puts down way too much ink . 

 

There are a lot of .icc profiles, and to save me trying them all does any one have a suggestion.  The aim is to get less magenta in grayscale or cut the ink back when set for black only.

 

Thanks

 

PS. A remarkable printer for the price.

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Hi,

 

The printer will use all the color to create black and scales.

If you select Use Black ink Only, thats what the printer is going to do.

 

Depending on the type of paper selected the printer will apply certain amount of ink; the lighter the paper, the fewer the ink.

 

Reducing the print quality will also reduce the amount of ink on the paper.

 

Best regards

Mike G

I'm an HP Inc employee. But my response is not in behalf of HP Inc
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