When I create an image and remove the background it looks great but when I print it there is a off white color box in the background. I have brought it back in as a jpeg and tried to remove it that way but its still there when I print it. Again, its not there when i'm working on the image. Its driving me nuts that I cant get rid of it!!!
Long ago Epson printers had an issue of adding a tint to the empty / "white" area round an image.
Adding a tint to the empty / "white" area round an image is something that’s wanted in press proofing where using Absolute Colorimetric rendering intent will impose the final paper colour onto the inkjet print (thus making "proof" print) - I presume you're not using the Absolute Colorimetric rendering intent?
Please post images of your print dialog's colour settings and your printer settings (post inline, don't attach as many volunteers here will not open attachments from unknown contacts)
I hope this helps neil barstow, colourmanagement net - adobe forum volunteer - co-author: 'getting colour right' google me "neil barstow colourmanagement" for lots of free articles on colour management