Wednesday, April 23, 2008
Some programs and printers allow users to shrink documents so that multiple pages can be printed onto a single sheet of paper. So called "n-up" printing can be convenient for reference documents, especially if you don't want them taking up a lot of space. You may not want to read an entire book at 16 pages per sheet, but it can be convenient to have your address book crammed onto just a few sheets of paper to carry in a notebook or wallet. Programmes such as Microsoft Word and Powerpoint allows such option during the printing process. Some printers even had this built into their drivers.
Monday, April 14, 2008
Many larger printers offer an automatic duplexing option, allowing you to easily print on both sides of a sheet of paper. Unfortunately, the option is not always enabled by default. If you're not sure whether your printer is capable of duplex printing, look in the driver settings or on the printer's configuration page for information on duplex or double-sided printing
Tuesday, April 01, 2008
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Printouts don't always come out looking like you'd expect, especially when printing from the Web. For instance, when printing directions from Google Maps, I often get a page at the end of the printout with nothing but a header and footer. In cases like these, it pays to use your browser's Print Preview function to make sure what you see really is what you'll get.