Print Black and White

Colour printing is much more expensive than black and white or mono printing. For this reason you should always print in mono unless colour is absolutely required. If you do not have a colour printer, choosing Grayscale makes objects appear crisper and cleaner rather than using the default color option.

For Microsoft Powerpoint 2010
1. Click File, then Print to open the setup window.
2.In the Setting section, click Grayscale drop-down arrow to make your choice.

For PowerPoint slides, if you choose the Pure Black and White option, the background is not printed. This can save you even more toner!

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