Grayscale printing is a way to print documents with black and white prints only. Thus, when printing the prints out of black and white only. Meanwhile, if there is any text or images that are colored, then the colored picture or text is only printed with black ink only.
There are several purpose that form the basis for why we need to do Grayscale printing. One reason is to save on color ink, and many various other reasons.
How to enable Grayscale Printing on Epson Printer
Almost all printer models have a uniform way to enable grayscale priting. However, there are also certain printers need to do different settings to do Grayscale printing. For example in the printing using grayscale setting on the HP Officejet.
In the following tips, we will show you how to enable grayscale printers on printers. Although the demonstration at this time using Epson printers, but this way you can use for other types of printers in general.
Simply put on the title of the article above. To be able to print with grayscale on the Printer, do the following steps:
- Open your document (eg Microsoft Word document, Excel, pdf, power point, etc.)
- Perform the document printing command. Generally done by click File> Print
- Select the printer you are using. The example in this example is the Epson L220 Series
- Click Properties, the printer properties window appears
- In the Printer properties window, in the color select Grayscale. As shown in the picture below
- Go back to the window to print the document
- Click Print
- See the results.
Note: if your printer is a type of printer with ink infusion, then you should not always print documents using the grayscale printing feature. This is because it can make the color ink to be dry so that when used to print with the type of color printing the color ink does not come out. Then need to do service head cleaning.