A visual example
There was a tweet today that explained that you could save 20% (and more) on your printing charges if you choose to use a different font.
This is easier to see than read about. In the screen below we have “th” – the most commonly used character pair in the English language. All text is 200 point, either normal or outline.
The first pairing shows Gothic 720LtBT on Arial (in outline), the second pair has the Gothic text in outline. The ink savings should be pretty obvious – and may well be over 20%.
I was at a meeting last year where one secondary school IT manager estimated that his school printed over 2 million pages per year.
How would savings like this add up in your school?