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Recently, I printed a copy of my manual to our color Xerox Documentor. When
I looked at the copies I realized that my monitor needs to be calibrated. I
spoke to the MIS guys and they didn't seem to have much info on this. They
did say that the Documentor produces better quality from a Mac. I am on a
PC and there I will stay (happily).
Has anyone calibrated there monitor and/or can suggest how to go about doing
I checked out a few web sites but nothing concrete. Many suggest using
Adobe Photoshop's Gamma Control, has this worked for others?
Thanks in advance.
Sr. Technical Writer
Generation21 Learning Systems
Golden, CO 80215