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What die You mean with „before turning off"?The main thing is setting to allow C1 to manage settings, then make sure all the settings for your printer are correctly selected where it says "before turning off" in the C1 menu --
Jack, I don't know if you are answering my post or an other one.Your screen captures above look like the primary edit output screen. Once you've output your final edited print file to your output folder, you need to go to that image in the output folder and then you get to the actual printing screen from File>Print. (Shown below) Note too that best practices would be to edit and output that image with your desired paper/printer profile as well as final size at your desired print resolution. I will confirm the output look by selecting the final paper output profile for that specific image and edit to balance to that paper/printer profile combo. I then save it as an output variant with the paper code and print size in its name.
My print screen is shown below, note I am running a Mac with Catalina, and C1 20 -- but the main thing you have to do is select the appropriate paper profile in the C1 dialog box -- in my case shown in the attachment for the Epson 7900 and Mk ink, then you have to carefully complete the printer set-up dialogs for your printer, paper, paper size, paper feed, etc., or you will not be running a fully managed workflow. (Personally, when I want critical control I still print from PS. But mainly because I was using it to print from long before C1 even had print capability and I'm facile with its print UI -- C1 essentially has the same utility, just presented differently.)
Anyway, a couple more comments... Getting WYSIWYG screen to print requires a very carefully profiled monitor and dedicated color-managed workflow. You may want to google "color managed printing" as there are several fairly good conceptual tutorials. If you are not starting from that point and using a canned profile for your monitor, or even generic drivers for your printer, you are begging for problems in output.
Hope this helps.