Without knowing whether the printer pretends to be a PostScript printer (it is definitely not Adobe PostScript) or not, it is virtually impossible to help you. More technical information about this device including model number and options would help.
Thank you for taking the time to respond. I do not believe the printer thinks in terms of postscript. The fact that Brother is not able to figure out Adobe CS4 programming compounds the matter.
The printer is Brother Colour Laser Model HL-3040CN. Serial Number: M9J240034. It is a year old.
Again, thank you.
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What is difficult to ascertain is that in one project, I am using card stock. There is no choice available for other weights of paper as there is in MSW.
With an RGB (no postscript) driver you would access paper and resolution profiles from the Printer... button of the Print dialog. So typically output color would be Composite RGB, Let InDesign Determine Color would be your only Color Handling choice, and you would leave the Printer Profile as Document RGB. Then you would click Print... and you would find paper and resolution settings under the Print Settings pop-up.
Good day, Rob,
Many thanks for the information. It was as I had speculated but was unsure being new both to CS4 and a Brother Laser Colour Printer. Greatly appreiate your taking time to provide the information. Most helpful, indeed.