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Next is the pop-up menu for Print Sharpening. I recommend choosing High, as shown in Figure 3. Here’s why: The default Print Sharpening setting is Low. This setting adds sharpening that’s barely visible. It should be renamed "Off." The Medium setting is a little better, but should be named "Low," and the High setting should be renamed "I’m really more like Medium." Choose High and you’ll get sharper prints, but I wish there was another setting—which they would probably name something like "Maximum Sharpening," but in reality it would be something more like "Medium Plus."

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