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Easy Way to Save Paper When Printing
Many people today are using both sides of a piece of paper when printing, as evident by the number of printer manufactures making the duplex (print on both sides automatically) option a standard feature.
Taking that thought to the next level, a software company has come up with a piece of software called GreenPrint that automatically highlights and removes unwanted pages prior to printing by analyzing each page sent to the printer and looking for typical waste characteristics (like that last page with just a URL, banner ad, logo, or legal jargon). This is great when printing directions of the internet and it always seems an extra page prints out with just a URL address at the top wasting a piece of paper. They claim to have saved over 3,000,000 pages so far.
Check it out here at GreenPrint
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Green print is an the interesting piece of the free ware And that one scan through whatever you want tp print and helps to optimize the print layout .With just a few click you can elimate extra pages and just tweak it so that you are not wasting the paper as well the ink .
Used print cartridges can not be refilled forever, and the possibility of failure is greater than the use of new cartridges, but with considerable savings, probably worth the risk. If you do not mind rolling up, you can even refill your own cartridges and save even more on your printing costs.
Thanks for sharing yours "Easy Way to Save paper when Printing" Information, Green printing can help in conservation and preservation. On the use of recycled paper, the paper manufacturing industry has been quite active in seeking ways of producing their products without having to process pulps that are acquired from trees. This simply means that the thousand or more pounds of solid waste left when producing non-recycled paper could be reduced, allowing trees to live longer and become stronger for another set of years.
Actually, I do use both sides of a piece of paper when printing. I think that's one of ways to be greener people. GreenPrint is new for me, but I think it would be a kinf of pringting revollution by which we could save a lot of trees.
That sounds like a great idea, it really annoys me when you get a useless piece of paper at the end with just a URL on it.
When I get my printer working again, I'll definitely use it.
Quite a useful freeware indeed! If more awareness is created about this freeware on a global level, we could save a large amount of papers from being wasted. It should be promoted since a lot of people are still oblivious about this freeware.
ya know you can just do a Print Preview before printing and it'll show you what's going to print on each page. This way, you'll see that the last page is blank or has a banner ad on it and just tell it to print page 1 only.
No software needed!