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Windows Vista Pictures Print with a BlueTint

Last Modified: 2013-12-04
We're trying to print jpg files to our color laser printers through Microsoft Office Picture Viewer but they have all been coming out as though you're looking through a blue filter.

I can print the picture to an Adobe file then print the Adobe file without a problem.   Same goes for Microsoft Document Writer.  But when I try to print through the Picture Viewer it comes out blue.

I have tried two different color laser printers from this computer with the same result.  When I take a jpg file to another computer and print it, it comes out normal.

Are there settings in Picture Viewer that could be off?
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