I found an old black and white family photo online, downloaded and saved it as a pdf. But when I try to print it, it's is no longer black and white, but has a decided pinkish cast. This also happened with one letter from the same site. I have a mac flat panel, running OS 10.4.11, and an HP 5610 all in one printer. Is there any way to get this to print in B&W?
Also, when I tried to email the photo the way I've done previously -- go to print, then to pdf drop down menu and chose Mail PDF, I'm told its not supported. Same answer if I try Preview. I had to start an new email and add photo as an attachment. No biggie, but the way I had been doing it was easier.
Oh, and the last tine I used Adobe, I was alerted to an update, which I did install. Was this my first mistake?
There is nothing you can do in Reader to change the file. You can try using your printer driver to force B&W printing.
Thanks. But just to be clear, the file as it sits on my desktop, is
black and white. The color, which reminds me of an photo that was
overexposed, only appears upon printing it. In fact, when I attach it
to an email, I again see the black and white photo. No color.
I will though try your suggestion.