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Print All Documents in Draft Mode

In Category: Printer

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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