You need to go to the printer properties. On my Windows 10 system, I can go to my printers by launching the Control Panel and then Devices & Printers . then I right-Click on the printer I want to change and select Properties. I get this screen:
However, I don't bother with all this and I normally let defaults decides what is best for me.
Hope you get the idea.
Thanks for the reply but I am running a Mac desktop. I used Windows before and it is as you state but the equivalent with an apple is the problem.
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When I click on EDIT in elements 13, and then COLOUR SETTINGS, I only receive one box with options of:
No Colour Management
Always optimise colours for computer screens
Always optimise for printing
Allow me to choose.
Everything I have investigated states that there should be WORKING SPACES,COLOUR MANAGEMENT POLICIES.
Is this a driver problem or is it because it is an older version that came with my Mac computer?
- Go to System Preferences .
- Select " Printer and scanners"
- select your printer.
- Here you should find COLOUR MANAGEMENT option of particular printer
Unfortunately, not. Talked with Epson yesterday and the latest printer driver is active.
I have downloaded all photoshop help I can find.
The only stage I cannot do is check that if I use “printer manages colour”, that I cannot confirm the important step of making sure that colour management is on in the printer driver.
The only options I have are OPEN PRINT QUEUE, OPTIONS AND SUPPLIES, SHARING PREFERENCES, DEFAULT PRINTER or DEFAULT PAPER SIZE.
It has to be hidden somewhere else.