Font Change Can Save Ink
Not all fonts are created equal. Not only are they a style preference, accordingto the University of Wisconsin, some are more environmentally friendly thanothers. Century Gothic uses the leastamount of ink due to its thin profile. EcoFont and Times Roman are the runners up. If you're worried about paper use as well, Century Gothic is wider, somake sure to reduce character spacing and page margins. The University of Wisconsin calculated at 30%ink reduction by switching from Arial to Century Gothic.
Save money and ink and consider changing your font.