THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
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Monitor calibration for home users

By Michelle Johnson
Globe Correspondent / April 19, 2004

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Unless you work as a graphic designer or professional photographer you probably don't fret too much over your computer monitor. But if you're a digital photography buff who's not satisfied with the difference between how a picture looks on the computer screen and what the printer turns out, your monitor may be partly to blame. (Full Article: 1272 Words)

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