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Re: Print Black and White?
When choosing greyscale you should also have the option to "print using black print only"
I am assuming you are using WIN XP
select the default printer
right mouse click
select the printing preferences button
select the color tab
check the greyscale box the below that select the print in black ink only.
I know this works because I just set it up for a customer yesterday.
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When you go to print, the printer menu should have an option to print in greyscale or black and white. Selecting that will allow you to print in black and white. Don't forget to change it back to colour though when you have done.
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Based on the information I think that Powerpoint is set to print the slide in black and white. When selecting the print option there are a number of settings one of which is print in Black and white, Greyscale, Colour. Please check that colour is selected.
It can be done, but all ink cartridge need to be in printer.The printer need all cartridges to initialized.When you start printing something click on Properties then find Advanced.There is a option Colour/Greyscale.Check on greyscale and it's done.
Any machine I'm familiar with has a default colour setting that you can set to either colour or black & White. Check in your printer properties. If the machine is set for colour, even if you are printing all black text for example, it will "make" the black from the colours, thus registering it as a colour document.
From whatever software you are printing, you will need to select the properties or features. In Pagemaker, it was features, but most other programs I now see it under properties for the 3220 on the print screen. You will need to find where it gives you the options for color. They should be color, greyscale or black & white. The default is generally color. Generally the 3220 will know if it is not a color document and print the black and white as a greyscale, but sometimes you have to force it.
If you are printing crop marks and color bars, then your document is recognized as color even though it may not be.
Finally, some programs use a black that is actuall 100% of CMY & K. If you are using InDesign and select registration as your black, instead of the plain black, then you document is recognized as color. The same holds true if you select a pantone grey which is created from several colors. So also make sure that your document is truly greyscale and or that you tell the copier to print in greyscale.
Your printer will keep using the color cartridges to keep the printing head working even if you don't print in color. If you need to print only in greyscale, buy a cheap HP printer (Printer only, not a PSC) and remove the color cartridge.