Palm Beach Post Writer Offers Printing Advice
A technology writer from Palm Beach Post has offered a number of handy hints and tips on how printer users can save money on their ink cartridges.
Writing in the newspaper, Bill Husted set out five tips he felt would save users money when it came to printing and buying printer cartridges. His first tip was for users to ignore the warning message relating low ink supplies, claiming that cartridges can still be half full when the message appears.
He also recommended being frugal with printing, using the print preview before sending a document to print and checking for mistakes before hitting print. His final piece of advice was for users to consider investing in a laser printer.
Husted wrote: "Take a look at your own desk at home and –– just a guess here –– you'll find plenty of paper. Then walk through a modern business office. It probably took a quarter acre of southern pine for the paper mill to produce all the paper you see."
Husted said that he and other experts have predicted a paperless society eventually.
Posted by Johnny McMaster.