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Here’s a way you might save $20 this year: Simply change the font in the documents you print.
Because different fonts require different amounts of ink to print, you could be buying new printer cartridges less often if you wrote in, say, Century Gothic rather than Arial. Schools and businesses could save thousands of dollars with font changes.
Data on the subject from Printer.com, a Dutch company that evaluates printer attributes, persuaded the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay to make a switch. Diane Blohowiak, coordinator of information-technology user support, has asked faculty and staff to use Century Gothic for all printed documents. The school also plans to change its e-mail system so it uses Century Gothic. “The feedback we’ve gotten so far has been positive,” she said. “Century Gothic is very readable.”
I know I wanna save at least $20 bucks a year, I am changing my fonts right now, how about YOU?