1, change printing settings: one of the easiest ways to extend the life of ink cartridges is to switch printing settings. Most printers provide multiple levels of print quality, ranging from normal to normal to fast normal. Changes to drafts or fast standards and from color to grayscale (also known as black and white) will create clear documents with less ink. Simply go to properties or preferences, depending on the printer in the print menu and toggle. ,
2, use the print preview function: looking at your document in a print preview gives you the opportunity to check your work on the screen and make any changes before sending print. Storing documents in electronic form, such as PDF (portable document format), will be used for ink free transmission. ,
3, do not take into account the ink shortage warning: do not replace ink cartridges at the first marker of low ink warning. This does not mean that you should not have new cartridges on hand. But when the output quality begins to decrease. ,
4, keep the nozzle clean: if the document appears white, dashed or dotted, it may be the nozzle blockage. Immerse the nozzle in warm water until dry ink starts running again to remove clogging. Put the ink cartridge in the water for a few minutes, then remove it and dry it with a soft cloth or paper towel. Reinstall the cartridge and run the printhead cleaning procedure of the machine.
5, use different fonts: choose smaller fonts in the document and avoid using bold font. Fonts such as Arial, Helvetica and Times Roman use less ink.
Editor’s Note: This post was Published by Proffisy on 26 Apr,2018.