Question about Lexmark Z2420 Printer
So I am trying to conserve my color ink when printing black and white photos. I was told that there's a way to use only the black ink. Is this true? I have looked everywhere and in every tab I can think of where i might be able to change this setting, and no luck. I know it would change the quality but I'd still like to give it a shot. It would be really nice to have this option considering if I print a big enough photo, my color ink is already gone by like 1/8th and who can afford that? Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks so much!!!
Go to "Start" "Settings" "Printers and Faxes" choose your printer in the menu window,,right click and bring up sub menu,,then choose properties,,you can change all of your printer settings from here.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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