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  1. Thanks but that's not what I need however I have found the source of my problem..... It turns out that different parts of Windows were using different monitor profiles. Adobe Photoshop express and the windows preview were both using my DELL SP2309W profile, where as other areas where using a windows default monitor profile. I went into control panel, then color management. There is a tick box that says "use my settings for this device". I ticked this on all monitors and that fixed everything apart from Photoshop. I then went into Photoshop. Changed a setting in preferences that meant all w
  2. Hi people, I dont know if this is the right place to ask this but I dont know where else to ask.... it's a pretty odd one and I've not seen it before. I have some jpgs, when I right click and go to preview using the windows picture viewer I see the image with the same colours that I would when I edited it in photoshop elements. THIS IS GOOD. when I add the image into word, the colours look different. For example my yellows are now green. THIS IS BAD. when I open the image in paint the colours look like they did in word.... THIS AGAIN IS BAD. when I print, the colours look like they do in w
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