The soft proofing page shows you
how to preview on your monitor what your image's colors will look like when
printed. In addition, it shows you how to find and fix
out of gamut colors.
Resizing an image for printing sounds simple. But are you trying to print
a certain size, or are you trying to print the entire image, or do you wish to
crop the image before printing? The
Resizing page shows you how.
The ability of a monitor to display detail in shadow areas is usually better
than a printer's ability to reproduce them. The
Printer Black Point page describes not only how to determine where a printer
prints solid black instead of shadow detail, but what to do about it. Less
common is the inability to reproduce bright highlight detail. The
Printer White Point page covers
Properly printing in Photoshop is more than File > Print. Read the
Photoshop Printing page to learn how
to do it correctly. If you use a RIP to print your images, you may wish to
review the RIP Printing page.