Did you know that you can tell Word whether to print visual elements in your documents like images, watermarks, and page color? By setting a few well-placed checkmarks, you can either improve the fidelity of your printouts by printing everything in your document -- even stuff Word tries to hide by default -- or save ink and toner by skipping images and colors.
Watch this Business Hacks tutorial video to see how to take command of Word's print settings. Two minutes from now, you'll be the master of Word... and your printer.
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