Interestingly my company sent out this article from CNET on how selecting the right fonts can help save on printing cost. Never really given that a thought especially when you compare common business fonts like Arial, Calibri, Tahoma, Courier, etc. Seems pretty harmless to the printer to me.
But looks like Printer.com did take the trouble to compare. Quite interesting now that I know Calibri is more printer friendly than Arial. And recently I switched all my office fonts to Tahoma 10. It’s like revisiting an old love. I guess it’s time to learn loving Century Gothic.
Old habits die hard…. 😛