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I have been using ProfilerPro with my Spectrocam to profile many different papers with excellent results. I have a job that will be printed on a new paper I just purchased. The paper is Great White Presentation Paper. I have successfully used and profiled Great White Imaging and Photo papers with excellent results. However, this paper seems to be a challenge. The problem is that too much ink is being laid down by my Stylus Color 900 when I print the 729 color chart. I have tried every media setting that will allow 720 dpi printing and all of them appear to lay down more ink than the paper will take. I'm noticing that the thin white horizontal line between rows is not real sharp. There is some ink spreading from each color swatch above and below it to close this line down almost completely in places. Now... before I give up on this paper completely, is there a way to reduce the amount of ink laid down by the driver so I can a decent 729 color chart to measure? Thanks! - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.