Thanks for posting this Ernesto. I had seen this a while back and also point people to it. It should be noted that it isn't a "read" posting, but rather a "video" of sorts, with the talk given by Andrew Rodney aka "The Digital Dog". My point is that for some this download my take time to fully down load. If people clicked on your link and nothing happened, they may have assumed that the link didn't work. Just a guess. I had no trouble but it did take some time.
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Thanks Keith. I had no way of checking to see if it was a plug-in issue, or a log-in requirement, or whatever. Thanks for reporting that it works for you. Since this is not a Nikonians web page there is not much we can do other than to suggest reading the help information.
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Ernesto thanks for this post! I have a new computer and am having trouble with the prints looking like the screen. Using "soft proof" as explained in this video may just be the solution! Thanks for finding and posting this!
That is a fantastic explanation! It was just what is was looking for on soft-proofing. I have been stumbling through it since purchasing CS/4 ! I think this video would be great recommended reading for anyone needing help with printing,monitors,profiles etc. etc.. Thanks a ton for posting the link!
I did a quick search on the web and could not find any paper profiles for the 8750. I can only provide a link to the HP site where you can download the latest drivers. The driver should contain a basic set of paper profiles but I can't be sure.