Easy it ain't -what you ask.
It is all so dependant on you hardware set up -Monitor/software/ relationship.
The type of paper you are using
The viewing conditions you are looking at them in.
Here are a few simple tips.
Go to Start/Control Panel/Adobe. Follow this to set the monitor up to its optimum .
In Paint Shop
Select an image and set it up to print what pleases you, use save as give it a name and save it.
Now select another from the same original image and in adjust darken it a % point or so. Save that one with a different name, Do 3 or four like this.
go the Page lay out and place all the images on the page.
Set the printer up to print in transparency mode.
Print the page .
Maake comparisons and select the one you like.
You have have to do this several times.
This is a bit like a photographer in his darkroon making test strips.
Practice and loots of ink and paper -makes for perfection.