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Converting a photo to B&W

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I converted a photo to b&w using microsoft photo manager, they way I did it was with the saturation button. Silly me saved the photo. When I print it it is a yellow/pinky colour definatley not black and white. I'm not sure if it is the printer setup or the way I changed the colour can anyone help me.
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Try irfanview with the plug ins, avoid the toolbar during the install

Open the image, click image, convert to greyscale, click file, save as
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