Adjusting Print Quality

Adjust the settings below if printing results are not satisfactory.

Gradation Adjustment

If color gradation reproducibility has become so poor that the printed gradation differs markedly from the print data, make adjustments to improve color gradation reproducibility.
Adjusting Gradation

Density Correction

If the density of the printing is significantly different from the original document, this adjusts the scan density to be closer to the original.
Adjusting Density

Color Mismatch Correction

If the colors of printing run or blur, color mismatch (color misregistration) may have occurred. The problem may be improved by performing color mismatch correction.
Correcting Color Mismatch

Vividness Setting

You can increase the saturation of colors for color printing.
Making Colors More Vivid

Image Size Adjustment

If the size of the image copied is slightly different from the original, fine adjustment is performed so that the printed size more closely matches the size of the original.
Adjusting Image Size

Dither Pattern Setting

A dither pattern suitable for an image is set to enable the gradations and curves in the image to be reproduced as smoothly as possible in the print.
Setting the Dither Pattern

Toner Amount Reduction

You can prevent excessive toner from being fixed onto paper to reduce print failure such as poor toner fixing or bleed-through.
Reducing Toner Used When Color Printing

Uneven Fill Correction

You can correct irregularities in a fill area that may occur when printing a document containing a large fill area.
Correcting Irregularities in Shaded Areas