I discovered with all your help that I had 3 seperate color management settings. Adobe RGB which was what my monitor was using. Paintshop Pro using sRGB color space and Adobe Photoshop using another sRGB with a different setting that I calibrated. Well, I've set printer, monitor, Adobe Photoshop and Paintshop Pro to the same color mangement. The difference was amazing.
My scanner does not use it's own color mangement so I did not have to change anything there.
The images that I've scanner appear crisper!!!!
Boy, this has been an interesting exercise for me!
That's great. Glad we could be a contributing factor but mostly glad things are working for you.
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