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Does your printer go through ink rapidly? Before taking it out on the machine or the ink cartridges, ask yourself what fonts you are using.
|Example of Century Gothic Font|
- Print all draft documents using the font Century Gothic. Chances are that if you are printing documents to be sent out on behalf of your business, that you will print a draft copy. Often, multiple drafts have to be printed. By printing the drafts in Century Gothic you are reducing the amount of ink used with the more expensive font.
- Use Century Gothic for all interoffice communications. When printing out emails, memos, office newsletters, poster or office signage using this font will save you money. These are documents that only yourself and your employees will be seeing. It won’t hurt your brand identity to stray from your typical font for these documents. Another tip would be to stop printing memos and email them instead.
- Use Century Gothic for larger fonts. It might not be your cup of tea to use Century Gothic for body text but using it for large headlines or title pages would be a small way to save. The larger the font the more ink so switching only your larger fonts to Century Gothic would be a good place to start.
About the Author: Andrew Yeung is president of CompAndSave, a leading online provider of premium printer ink cartridges, including remanufactured and compatible printer ink cartridges. With deals every month and a 1-year guarantee of quality, CompandSave provides an easy way for people and businesses to purchase printer ink and accessories.
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