My prints are coming out with a magenta cast and I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. My monitor is calibrated. I'm printing using CS2. I'm using a Canon i9900. I'm printing on Canon Photo Paper Pro. Here are the steps I'm taking: 1) First, I'm going to View|Proof Setup|Custom and making the following selections: Device to Simulate = Canon i9900 PR1, Preserve RGB Numbers unchecked, Rendering Intent = Perceptual, Black Point Compensation checked. Simulate Paper color checked. 2) I select View|Proof Colors. I should now be seeing the best approximation that my monitor can make of how my print will look on that printer. The picture looks fine. 3) I go to File|Print With Preview. 4) On the Color Management settings, I make the following selections: Print = Document (not proof), Color Handling = Let Photoshop Determine Colors, Printer Profile = Canon i9900 PR1, Rendering Intent = Perceptual, Black Point Compensation checked. 5) On my printer properties, I have color adjustment set to Manual. Within that, I have ICM unchecked and Print Type set to None. Presumably this means that the printer will do no color managing. When I print, I have the printer driver do a preview and the print it shows me on the screen looks good. When I print it, it has a significant magenta cast. I'd swear that this process used to work. I've tested the print heads and all that stuff and the printer appears to be working fine. I suspect that I'm doing something stupid, but I can't figure out what it is and I'm tired of wasting ink. Any suggestions?