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sarah green

Meant to say the other day on my post the photo of Annie I loved the little face she pulled... the way her lips were clamped together was just too cute!

Christa H.

Hi Karen! I am a lurker but wanted to share some directions for the 2200 that I saved a long time ago and I don't know from where...I have the 2200 also but haven't tried this for printing on vellum and transparencies:

Go into the printer properties, and way down on the lower left is box for ink config. It's below the paper settings and print options. Click on the ink config box and you will get a pop up window with ink density and dry time controls. Slide the dry time thingy all the way over to the right, and use the plain paper setting. It should work.
my 2200 does fine w/ transparencies so long as I make sure to do 3 things:

1)use the matte black cartridge
2)select the watercolor paper option
3)go in under the 'advanced' settings and slightly decrease the saturation level of the ink.. to about a -5 or so

oh.. this is how I am also able to successfully print on vellum w/ my 2200


Thanks for the update on your Niece, they are still in my prayers :)

Cool photoshop link, I can use all the help I can get!!

I am excited about the previous post thanks Christa!! I also have the epson 2200 so this is awesome!

Amber and I are getting excited about your 'J' class at No Bare Pages in October!! Neither one of us is very good at getting things down on our pages. So can I use baby pictures for this class, cause ya know I will have a 'few' by then!! :)

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