Adjust color, contrast, and enhancement settings from the printer control panel menu to improve copy quality.
For printers without a control panel menu, most models use default normal copy settings that cannot be changed. As a workaround, scan the original into the computer, and then use the editing tools in the HP scanning software to improve the image quality. You can then print multiple copies of the edited scan file.
Touch Copy, Copy Document, or Copy Photo on the printer control panel, and then select any available basic settings that apply to your copy job.
Touch Settings or the gear icon to open the copy job options. You might need to scroll down the control panel screen to access all settings.
Paper Type: Select the type of plain or photo paper for your copies.
Quality: Select an available copy quality level.
Lighter/Darker or Contrast: If the original is faded or too saturated, make the copy lighter or darker.
Optimize or Enhancements: Select the type of item you are copying to improve quality, such as sharpening text and image edges or improving faded colors in photos.
HP Copy Fix: Automatic copy quality and skew adjustment tool.
Save Current Settings or Set as New Defaults: Retains the selected settings for future copy jobs.
Depending on the printer, touch Start, or return to the main Copy screen by touching Back, and then touch Start Black, Start Color, or OK to start the copy job.
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