If there are differences between colors of the print results and the displayed image, the following questions should be addressed.
Has the hue of colors been adjusted?
Since printed colors and screen colors are produced by different methods, a color printed and a color displayed on a screen can have different hues even though they are the “same” color. Use the color matching function to make the hue of printed colors and displayed colors closer.
Has the nozzle check been performed?
Was printing done in black and white?
Check the color setting of the application and the color print setting of the printer driver.
Have the print quality settings been made?
In the [Print Quality] area, select [Quality priority], or [Speed priority], and then print.
Does the paper type setting match?
Make sure that the paper type setting of the printer driver matches the type of paper loaded.
Have you tried printing with inkjet plain paper?
Try printing with inkjet plain paper. The print results should be clearer.
Is bidirectional communication enabled?
If bidirectional communication is not enabled, the tone of printed images might differ from that of displayed images. Establish bidirectional communication.
See If Bidirectional Communication is Disabled. For details about bidirectional communication settings, see the printer driver Help.