There are lots of ways to save money on pricey printer consumables.
You can configure your print driver to output two pages on a single sheet of paper. You can enable "draft" mode to use less ink. And, of course, you can bypass printing altogether and generate PDFs.
Then there's Ecofont, a free typeface that promises to consume up to 20 percent less ink.
Available for Windows, Mac, and Linux systems, Ecofont closely resembles your basic Arial, but with one key difference: holes. Each letter has loads of little holes punched out of it, meaning it requires … Read more