Posted 25 March 2011 - 07:01 PM
When you print, go into "advanced" options and ensure that the "print in grayscale" option isn't selected. Some printers will default to this, or it might've changed to that for a black and white print (like for text) and stayed there. You can't just hit the print button, try to find the options (perhaps through "file>print").
Worst case scenario is that you could uninstall then reinstall the printer and it's drivers in hopes that it would reset all of the settings.
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