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You may have two printers, one color and one monochrome, using
Adobe PostScript printer driver 4.1 or 4.1.1 set up on your
computer. If this is the case, when you try to print a color image
to a color printer using Adobe's PostScript printer driver 4.1x,
the image printed may be in black and white. The work-arounds may
entail trying one or more of these fixes as provided by Adobe:
* Specify the color printer as your default printer and restart
Windows 95 before you print the color image.
* Try printing the color image using a different application such
as Microsoft Word.
* Print the color image from an application that creates its own
PostScript code, such as PageMaker or Photoshop.
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