Factoid Friday – Changing Font Size Saves Money?

To reduce ink use and save money, the University of Wisconsin Green Bay’s IT department has changed the default font for Outlook to Century Gothic, which it says requires 30% less ink in printouts than Arial, the most commonly used default font. Ink accounts for about 60% of the cost of a printed page, the IT unit says.
Source: University of Wisconsin – Green Bay via Harvard Business Review

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