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Bonni Graham (bonnig -at- ix -dot- netcom -dot- com) notes:
>The second best thing is to find out if there is a standard printer
>driver that they've found to be very reliable. I'm working with one
>press that told me which standard Windows driver worked best with their
I work for a software company that does software for large-format colour
The standard (Windows and Mac) driver that we recommend is the QMS
ColorScript 100 (any model).
There is also a standard Adobe Printer Driver, which might well serve.
It's the foundation for the Docutech printer driver.