Cut Printer Ink Use By Monitoring Settings

2009-06-16 07:41:48

Published on 2009-06-16 07:41:48

In a recent post for the If It Prints, I'll Let You Know blog, the various modes that can be altered on a machine are looked at and it is concluded that this could significantly improve the lifespan of the printer ink you buy.

Whenever basic outlines, sketches or items that will still require corrections are required, the writer recommends using the draft setting.

"You can also use this mode when printing black-and-white documents without images or those that do not need to appear professional," it explains.

In addition, the normal or standard mode will offer a level of speed and quality that is suitable for most jobs - but does use more printer ink than the draft option.

To conclude, the post recommends only using best or high quality when full-colour images, graphs or photos are concerned as this setting "uses a considerable amount of both ink and time".

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