Posts Tagged ‘printing tips’

4 Things You Can Print to Save Time and Money

Posted Thursday, October 31st, 2013 by .

Things to PrintWhen you need items like rulers, Sudoku puzzles, and even simple items like calendars, you are probably inclined to buy them at a store. What you may not realize, however, is that you can print many of these items right at home, and save yourself money in the process! This is especially true for items you use infrequently, as it is quicker and less expensive to simply print one off than to run all the way to a store. Here are several items you may not have thought about printing yourself. Continue reading “4 Things You Can Print to Save Time and Money” »

How To Print From Anywhere

Posted Friday, September 20th, 2013 by .

Print From Anywhere

Advancements in printing are happening more rapidly every day. There is so much news about 3D printing these days, but there are still innovations when it comes to printing at home or on the road with your own devices. These little improvements make a big difference in terms of speed and convenience, whether you are printing from your smart phone to your personal printer or printing your boarding pass in the hotel lobby, printing is at your fingertips. You can print from anywhere using Ink Technologies Ink and Toner. Continue reading “How To Print From Anywhere” »

Dress Up Your Documents with Better Fonts

Posted Thursday, August 1st, 2013 by .

Fonts

There is a long-standing joke among designers that Comic Sans is the most overused and misused font among Windows users, and is often a default choice when inexperienced users are looking to make a document or flyer a little more “fun”. If you are looking to dress up your documents, letterhead, presentations, flyers, and other creative projects, you don’t just have to settle for the fonts currently installed on your system, and you certainly don’t have to fall prey to the lure of Comic Sans! There are a number of great websites devoted to helping you find great fonts from talented designers. Some are free, and some have a cost, but most of them are a better option than the system fonts available on Windows and Mac computers.

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Understanding the Cost Per Page of Supplies

Posted Thursday, July 25th, 2013 by .

Coins

Chances are, you’ve had this experience: You shop for a printer that is in your price range, or even below your price range, get it home, and start printing. After a while, the cartridges run dry and need to be replaced, and only THEN do you realize that the cartridges for your bargain printer are not such a bargain.

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How to Save Ink and Toner When Printing Web Pages

Posted Friday, July 5th, 2013 by .

Remove Unnecessary Elements

An example of an online article with the extraneous elements removed.

If you print web pages on a regular basis, you understand the problem: web pages often contain numerous extra elements that don’t need to be printed, such as ads, backgrounds, images, and more. Sure, you can copy and paste the text into a document, but by utilizing some free tools on the web, you print only the parts of a web page that you actually need, and save on ink or toner at the same time. While there are numerous tools available on the web, here is a roundup of some of the best:

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Fun Lesson Plans: Teach Children About Art & Printing With Glowing Ink

Posted Monday, June 17th, 2013 by .

Teachers and parents can turn this fun project into an educational activity.

Glow SticksNow that we have officially entered the summer season and many kids are out of school on vacation, parents and teachers all across the country are looking for fun ways that they can keep kids active with stimulating activities, while also keeping them entertained during the long summer afternoons.

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Easter Crafts! Bunny Garland is the Best

Posted Friday, March 29th, 2013 by .

Why is garland just for Christmas or Valentine’s Day? We say forget that! Here’s a quick and easy project to decorate your home for Easter from Martha Stewart:

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Troubleshooting Inkjet Printers

Posted Friday, June 1st, 2012 by .

Troubleshooting PrinterInkjet printers are mainly designed for home use, which means that when problems arise, you don’t have a technical support team at your beck and call. In many cases, you can contact the manufacturer for support, but there are a number of common troubleshooting steps you can try first to see if you can resolve the issue on your own. Most problems fall into a number of common categories, and often a few simple steps can get you back up and running. Here are some troubleshooting steps to try before you contact support for further help:

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Printing in Gibberish

Posted Wednesday, September 29th, 2010 by .

There are many different problems that crop up from time to time when printing, but one of the most frustrating is when a printer starts printing gibberish instead of the document or image you sent to be printed. Gibberish printing often looks like a random combination of letters, number, symbols, and other characters, which bear little or no resemblance to what you intended to print.

Gibberish

An example of printed gibberish.

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