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How often do you hit "Print" when reading an email or a web site? Believe it or not you can save money on your ink/toner and paper costs by changing the font. An article on MSN-CNET
pointed out a study conducted by Printer.com
and how some fonts use less ink/toner than others.
Of course there are a lot of other factors that should be considered, such as the readability of the font, its size, and its width (how economical it is space-wise).
It seems the font Century Gothic
received top honors because of its minimum use of ink/toner. Other fonts like Times New Roman
are at the top of the list.
Labels: Century Gothic Font, Printing