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Are you referring to the printer driver? The sRGB setting in the printer driver is only there in case you're printing from a non-color-managed application, in which case it assumes the numbers in the image are in the sRGB color space. If you're using a color-managed application like Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro, or QImage Pro, then you can scan in whatever color space you want, and choose ICM in the printer driver, which will tell it to use whatever profile is associated with the image. -- Ciao, Paul D. DeRocco Paul mailto:email@example.com > From: Of Ray Waddington > > Because sRGB is the only option that appears in both my scanner > and driver. > Others have pointed out that Adobe RGB > has a wider gamut but although it is an option on the scanner, it isn't an > option in the driver. I'm quite new to the digital world so > maybe I'm missing something, but I thought it would be important to match > the color spaces in the scan and the print. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.