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Department of Health and Human Services

Ink saving fonts for routine printing

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Not all fonts use the same amount of ink. Using certain fonts can result in ~15% in savings when printing many routine memos, outlines, and other "non-presentation quality" correspondence, compared to other, "standard" fonts.

Having IT personnel and USG employees switch to ink-sparing fonts on a routine basis could save hundreds of thousands of dollars in notoriously expensive printer inks.

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General Services Administration

Save millions of dollars on printing? Try Century Gothic font!

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Not all fonts use the same amount of ink. Using certain fonts can result in up to 31% savings when printing many routine memos, outlines, and other "non-presentation quality" correspondence, compared to other, "standard" fonts.
Having IT personnel switch to ink-sparing fonts on a default basis could save hundreds of thousands of dollars in notoriously expensive printer ink and toner cartridges. [At inflated retail GSA... more »

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