I am printing a booklet from InDesign using my Epson photo R2000 printer but the pages come out rather wet and bulgy. It's good quality 160g paper. It appears that the printer is spending a lot of Gloss Optimizer even though it shouldn't for ordinary plain paper printing, I reckon that's why the paper is wet and bulgy.
In the print settings, I'm not allowed to change color management (it's managed by Indesign) and it seems like InDesign overrules any printer driver settings (recomends not to change those).
I tried to print a page directly from photoshop and that turns out fine. Dry and smooth the instant it's printed.
Anyone tried the same issue?
Export a PDF and use the booklet feature in Acrobat to print it.
Does that work just as well as the booklet feature in InDesign?
I'll give it a go, thanks a lot.
I messed around with printing a booklet from Acrobat pro. The prints come out fine, they're not wet anymore.
However, I can't seem to get rid of that huge margin when printing from Acrobat, I tried cropping the pdf all the way to the very edge of the page content but it still prints with almost 2 cm! of a margin.