How to Change Your Print Color to Black & White

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Changing the print color to black and white is a great way to conserve printer ink. Change your print color to black and white with help from an expert in information systems, programming languages, web development, and network security in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Luke, and this is "how to change your print color to black and white." In Microsoft Word, if you'd like to print something in black and white, in order to save on the expensive color cartridges that are in your printer, one way you can do this is by going to file, scroll to print. Here, you'll see your printer. Click on printer properties. Next, this dialogue will appear with multiple tabs at the top. Scroll over to the one that says color, and then, highlight, or check the box that says print in grayscale. You can tell whether or not you're in grayscale or black and white by the little icon to the right of it. Currently, it's displayed in color, which means that it will print in color. If I hit print in grayscale, it will now change to gray. You can also choose to print in high-quality grayscale, or print in black-only grayscale to save on a little bit of the black ink in your printer, as well. And, that's it.

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