Can your font selection really make a difference in the amount of ink you use? It sure looks like it. After all, thicker, bolder, more solid fonts can use up more ink when you print out documents using these fonts. The team behind Ecofont has come up with a font that’s more eco-friendly. The font itself is actually full of holes when you look at it, but when it’s printed out, it looks more like a lighter form of Arial. Not a bad idea at all if you simply need to print out documents.

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