Changing Printer Fonts Saves Ink and Money

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has switched it's default printer font and asked faculty and staff to use Century Gothic.  This font uses 30% less ink to print than the previous default font Arial. The university expects to save $5,000 to $10,000 a year on ink and toner cartridge expenses.  Depending on how much you print, you could save up to $20.00 a year by changing to Century Gothic on your home computer/printer.  See related news stories: Change your font and save $20 annually, Changing font can save you some green on ink, The right font can save you money.