The Gray setting prints colors as variations of gray.

To use Gray:

  1. Click Custom Color > Gray.
  2. Select an option.
    • Automatic Color: This option applies the best color correction to text, graphics, and images. Xerox recommends this setting.
    • Monochrome Graphics: This setting is optimized to provide a smooth linear gradient from white to black.
    • Monochrome Images: This option has a gamma curve that is optimized for sharper perceptual results in images, such as better contrast.
    • Commercial: This option applies color for printing on a commercial printing press.
    • SWOP Press: Specifications for Web Offset Printing (SWOP) Press is a professional CMYK -based printing standard commonly used in North America.
    • Euroscale Press: This option matches the European FOGRA glossy paper specification.
    • Japan Color: This option matches the Japan Color 2001 specification.
    • ISO Coated: This option provides an emulation of the FOGRA 27 standard for printing on coated paper. Printing on coated paper is not required when using this setting.
    • ISO Uncoated: This option provides an emulation of the FOGRA 29 standard for printing on uncoated paper.
    • SNAP Press: Specifications for Non-Heatset Advertising Printing (SNAP) Press is a graphic arts printing standard.
    • Spot Color: This option mixes cyan, magenta, yellow, and black to approximate spot ink colors on a printing press.
    • LCD Display: This option approximates the print job colors to the colors of the computer monitor display screen.
    • sRGB Display: This option causes the printer to emulate the colors of a calibrated RGB display, such as a CRT or high-end tuned LCD display screen.
    • Vivid RGB: This option produces brighter and more saturated colors using red, green, and blue colors.
    • None: This option provides no color correction.
  3. Select an option.
    • Select Use RGB Color Settings for Black.
    • Select Use CMYK Color Settings for Black.
  4. Click OK.