You of course are right on the Jpeg issue I was looking at the screen shot file and had the my view scrolled over and missed the Tif on the very left in the Queue log.
on the other settings in the Job properties box I quote the Qimage help file\....
Section I: The Basics
Example 1: Setting Qimage to Produce Maximum Quality Prints
Click the "Printer Setup" tool button. Select your photo printer and click "Properties" for the printer, making sure that your printer driver settings are set to the highest quality photo settings and select the appropriate media type/size (photo glossy, etc).
Click the "Job Properties" tab on the lower right of the main window and make sure that your "Interp." method is set to "Hybrid". Also make sure that your first "Res" value (output resolution for prints) is set to "Max" and the second Res value (output resolution for posters) is set to "High". Still on the "Job Properties" tab, leave "Prtr ICC" set to "OFF" if you do not have a custom printer ICC profile for the printer, paper, and ink you are using. If you have obtained or created an accurate ICC profile for your printer and the type of media you are using, activate that profile in "Prtr ICC". Before activating any profile, make sure you know the proper print driver settings to use with the profile because an ICC profile will only work properly with specific print driver settings. See the Color Management section for more details.
Finally, on the "Job Properties" tab, make sure that all checkboxes are not checked. This will ensure that no borders or text information are printed with your prints, and will ensure that no global or print filter is active that may affect the appearance of prints.
Nick has all 3 of those boxes set to OFF