(as appeared in World Magazine, May 2010)
Watching your budget? Here’s a surprising way to save money: Choose the right font. Printer.com, a printer comparison website, found that you can save up to 31 percent on your ink cartridge costs by selecting a typeface that uses less ink. That translates to $20 per year for someone who prints about 25 pages per week, but $80 per year for business prnters (at roughly 250 pages per week)–and much more for businesses using many printers The clear winner? Century Gothic, followed by Ecofont, Times New Roman, Calibri, and Verdana, all of which represent cost savings over the most commonly used font: Arial.
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