Adjusting Color Tone

You can perform auto adjustment if the color of the printing result is significantly different from the color of the original document when you copy or print an image.
If you perform this operation in a location where the room environment (temperature and humidity) dramatically changes, the color may vary.
1
Press  (Settings/Registration)  <Adjustment/Maintenance> <Adjust Image Quality> <Auto Correct Color Tone Settings>.
2
Press <Auto Correct Color Tone> <Yes>.
If you have not performed auto gradation adjustment (full adjustment), press <No> to execute it.
Adjusting Gradation
3
Press <Start Correcting>.
To perform color adjustment based on an adjustment standard registered in advance, select the adjustment standard in <Change Corr. Pattern>.
For information on creating a new adjustment standard, see Creating a Color Adjustment Standard.
4
Select the paper source, and press <OK> <Start Printing>.
A test page is printed.
5
Place the test page on the platen glass.
Place the test page as indicated by the on-screen instructions.
6
Press <Start Scanning>.
The machine starts scanning the test page.

Creating a Color Adjustment Standard

You can create and register an adjustment standard of your choice. Up to four adjustment standards can be registered.
1
Press  (Settings/Registration)  <Adjustment/Maintenance> <Adjust Image Quality> <Auto Correct Color Tone Settings>.
2
Press <Register Correction Pattern> <Yes>.
If you have not performed auto gradation adjustment (full adjustment), press <No> to execute it.
Adjusting Gradation
3
Select the destination to register the new adjustment standard press <Next>.
4
Select the paper, press <Next> select the paper source, and press <OK>.
5
Press <Start Printing>.
A test page is printed.
6
Place the test page on the platen glass.
Place the test page as indicated by the on-screen instructions.
7
Press <Start Scanning>.
The machine starts scanning the test page.
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