Mac OS 8.x and Mac OS 9.x users can get good results from the Monitor Calibration Assistant built into their systems in the Monitors control panel. In Mac OS 10, use the Display Calibration Assistant in the System Preferences. The resulting ICC profile uses the calibration settings to describe precisely how your monitor reproduces color.
Before you begin calibrating your monitor, be sure to remove any old Adobe Gamma control panels from your system. Then, simply follow the on-screen instructions, and you're finished with this lesson.
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