You might want to consider downloading the free NEC 'Multiprofiler' software. That has an XY color coded CIE graph taht you can move the target value cursor to any position you want. The Spectraview software doesn't have that, only the XY input boxes which is why you're confused
Yes, Andrew has me very confused. I thought I made it clear that I was in the Spectraview II software and he didn't mention that I had to go into the MultiProfiler.
I followed your advice and went into the Multiprofiler software, Custom>Full Custom>
then, selected the memory location to be "Spectraview II";
then, went to the White Point setting and dragged the little blue ball down and to the right a teensy bit which gave me a "Correlated Color Temp" of 6680 and clicked "Finish" and now to my eyes the whites on screen look more white and less green to me and they look more like the whites on my prints.
What I don't understand is how the MultiProfiler software correlates to the Spectraview II. If in two weeks I recalibrate using the Spectraview II and my Colorimeter will it undo the change to the white point that I made in the Multiprofiler software? And then do I have to go back into the Multiprofiler to redo the white point?
Thanks for your advice.