Calibration is the appropriate positioning for the inkjet cartridge nozzles towards the report and every various other; without a properly calibrated printer, your printing quality degrades. You’ll desire to calibrate your printer if you see outlines showing up fuzzy in artwork or whenever coloured areas in printed images begin or stop before they need to.
Although each brand (and sometimes each model) of printer features various on-screen controls for calibrating output, you should be in a position to access them from printer’s Properties dialog box:
1Choose Start→Printers and Faxes to start a screen using offered printers in your system.
Or pick Start→Settings→Printers and Faxes, according to how your begin selection is configured.
2Right-click the printer you want to calibrate and choose characteristics through the pop-up menu that appears.
The characteristics dialog field seems.
3Locate your printer’s calibration purpose.
When it isn’t noticeable from the General tab, it's likely you have to search for it regarding Advanced tab. You can try clicking the Printing Preferences option, and. If all else fails, check your printer manual for the location of the calibration controls.