printing with canon ip100

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Is there a way of controlling the color or contrast of colored pages to make them easier to view. I'm specifically concerned about maps and diagrams that are "washed out".Thanks all,John Munday
 

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Hello,

-Which version of OS X?
-Which application are you printing from?
-Have you tried the advanced settings in the print dialog box?
-Is this a new issue that wasn't happening previously?
-Have you tried new ink cartridges?

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Cory. I'm using OS 10.12.4.apps are Google maps version 2 and Grab 1.9. Print dialogue box, what is that?Ink is ok.Thanks, John Munday
 

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Thanks for the additional information.

The two apps are actually both from Apple and part of macOS Sierra - Maps 2.0 (not Google Maps) and Grab 1.9.

Your printer is actually still supported under Sierra, and the latest driver listed on Apple's site is: Canon iP100 series 13.7.1.0. It should be up to date if you have run all the Software Updates. You can always download and reinstall the Canon Printer Drivers v3.3 for OS X from the link.

The printer dialog box is the box that comes up when you select print:
yosemite-pages-print-how_to_print.png


You can adjust printing/color settings if you click the Show Details button.
Let us know how that goes.

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