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How to Print All Documents in Draft Mode

This post help you to Save ink and toner when printing in-progress documents with Windows XP. It provide printer support tips to print all documents in draft mode

Microsoft Word and some other programs offer a "Draft Mode", allowing you to print documents using less toner or ink than normal. These documents don't look as clean or as crisp as regular documents, but they are great for quickly printing out versions of your documents as you refine them.

You may want to turn on Draft Mode printing in other software so you can print and proof documents without using as much toner or ink. To do so:

1. Click "Start", then "Printers and Faxes".

2. When the "Printers and Faxes" window appears, right-click on a printer and choose "Properties".

3. When the "Properties" multi-tabbed dialog box appears, click the button "Printing Preferences".

4. From here, your printer's preference multi-tabbed dialog box should appear. Look through the various tabs, such as General or Main for a "Draft Mode" option. This may involve moving a Printer Quality slider towards "Speed" or "Fast Printing".

5. When done, press "OK" to close the dialog boxes.

To reverse the process when you need to print a professional document, perform steps 1-3 then uncheck the "Draft Mode" button or move the Printer Quality slider towards "Quality", as appropriate.

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