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How do I calibrate my monitor so the colors are WYSIWYG with my printer?

Posted on 2013-11-12
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I'm a Graphic Designer and for work I use two separate sized monitors, one traditional square and another that is 16X9.

I would like to know the correct way to go about calibrating both of my monitors so they are as similar as they can be and also the colors match my printers closely.
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