Hello, I am afraid that to adjust your LCD screen to a printer you will need to purchase a device and software that reads your screen ( something like a ColorVision Spyder). There are no two screens that show the exact same color. That will be due to the age of the screen (you start losing the red color first) or the settings of the computer.
Also you will need a ColorMeter and software for your printer. You will print of a page of color blocks and use the ColorMeter to to adjust your printers settings.
The ideal settings for both (adjusting for red, yellow and blue) is about 7600k.
In addition to that you must test your equipment about once a month.
Hope this helps.
PS. the best place to purchase this type of equipment is at a camera shop