The program determines what needs to be printed and what doesn’t and lets you make easy PDF files with just a click. For the numbers geeks out there, it will also track how much paper you’re saving!
If you don’t want to download the program, there are simple things you can do with your printer settings to save money on ink and paper. First change your printer settings to draft. If you have a color printer, switch to greyscale to save your expensive color inks. Be sure to select back-to-back printing to save on paper. If you have a lot of smaller files, consider merging them into one so you won’t waste paper.
You can also read Saving on Printing to get more ideas.
Note: This is the final post in Northern Cheapskate’s Back to School Savings series. Thank you for joining me as I explored ways to save money as you head back to school.