Printers suck up ink and the refills are getting smaller by the day as the price goes up!
We're slowing getting closer to that long-standing goal of paperless offices (and home offices), but, unfortunately, we're not there yet — and if you've got a printer or two installed at home the costs can quickly rack up. Yet with a little time and some effort you can drive the costs down while still churning out page after page of Google Maps directions or FedEx shipping labels.
1) Get familiar with your printer's settings
2) Shop around and buy in bulk
3) Choosing paper and duplex printing
4) Upgrade your printer and share the bills
5) Outsource your printing