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Calibrating Corel 8 with monitor

Calibrating Corel 8 with monitor

Calibrating Corel 8 with monitor

Hello all,

I'm having problems with colours when I publish anything (to the monitor or print).  They always turn out brighter than what Corel is showing me.  A nice mellow purple turns into fushia in a web browser.  I assume the monitor calibration is off.

Problem is, the version of Corel 8 that I'm using came oem and I have no documentation.  How can I properly calibrate Corel 8 to my monitor?


RE: Calibrating Corel 8 with monitor

Well, I never did get my monitor calibrated, but I found this nifty little button that turns calibration off.  It's not ideal for printing, but it at least makes all of my applications look the same on the screen (CD and web browswers, etc.)

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RE: Calibrating Corel 8 with monitor

It may be that monitor calibration is on...and that usually causes more trouble than good.

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