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What is MICR?

January 20, 2010 No Comments

If you have been browsing through shopping sites and online stores for printer supplies, I’m sure you have encountered the acronym MICR. What is MICR? What is the difference between an MICR toner cartridge and an ordinary toner cartridge?

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Inkjet Cartridges Recycled into Pens

January 18, 2010 3 Comments

Close the Loop, a recycler of Lexmark International’s inkjet cartridges, came up with a brilliant and useful way to reduce wastes: convert inkjet cartridges to ink pens.

Features

New Printer Drivers Allow You to Generate Ready-to-Publish HTML Files

January 13, 2010 No Comments

Black Ice Software, one of the leading suppliers of printing, imaging and faxing toolkits, has recently introduced two new printer drivers, Color and ColorPlus Printer Drivers. What makes these new printer drivers unique is they include a self-contained HTML printer driver that allows users to create ready-to-publish HTML files. These HTML files come complete with formatted texts, graphics and other styles.

Features, Industry News

Color Printing Does Matter

January 8, 2010 2 Comments

Color printer cartridges, whether ink or toner, may be more expensive than black printer cartridges but color printing matters especially in your business. TonerBoss jots down some of the most important reasons why you should consider printing your documents in full color.

Features, Printing Tips

What is Managed Print Services?

January 7, 2010 No Comments

Managed Print Services is the new trend among large organizations as a way of tracking their print costs. It involves assessing the organization’s existing printer devices and/or copiers, tracking each and every employee’s print usage and workflow and creating a plan and an optimized environment on how the organization can minimize the number of devices, […]

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How to Configure Your Inkjet Printer to Print Pages in Order

January 6, 2010 No Comments

One convenience that laserjet printers have to offer is that when they print, the pages come out face down in correct order. This means that you don’t have to arrange your printouts anymore. Once you pick them up from the paper tray, the pages are already in correct order. Inkjet printers, on the other hand, print pages face up since the paper goes under the ink cartridges. As such, page 1 of your document goes to the bottom of the pile while the last page is the one on top. When you pick up your printouts, you will have to re-arrange the pages to their correct numerical order.

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