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Printing in black and white - not greyscale

Could you please tell me how to print in black and white on the above machine. I have used up all my colours printing a text. Thanks a lot, Priscilla Worsley

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When in page set up or similar you should see an black only option.-or see your on disk manual This will serve fortext- However if graphics are Incorporated all colours are printed to obtain a black

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