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IfThe color cartridge is only required to print white. If you’re printing on white paper, you havewill be able to get by just fine with a black cartridge and an empty color cartridge, but an available black cartridge, monochromatic printing is still possible.cartridge.

IfThe color cartridge is only required to print white. If you’re printing on white paper, you havewill be able to get by just fine with a black cartridge and an empty color cartridge, but an available black cartridge, monochromatic printing is still possible.cartridge.

 
The trick is in finding a printer setting called “Ink set” and set that from “Both” to “Black”. [br]
 
 
”Both” = Mix color and black cartridges to produce grayscale output[br]
 
 
”Black” = Only use black cartridge to produce grayscale output[br]
 
 
This setting is what your printer uses to determine color mixing strategies for monochromatic/grayscale printing. Without



Without
a color cartridge in use at all, the color mixingyou won’t look the same, but you’ll still be able to get reasonably imperfect grayscaleprint a proper white by mixing R + G + B, but if you’re printing to work.[image|1746252on white paper, this doesn’t matter at all.

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This setting is what your printer uses to determine color mixing strategies for monochromatic/grayscale printing. Without



Without
a color cartridge in use at all, the color mixingyou won’t look the same, but you’ll still be able to get reasonably imperfect grayscaleprint a proper white by mixing R + G + B, but if you’re printing to work.[image|1746252on white paper, this doesn’t matter at all.

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If you have an empty color cartridge, but an available black cartridge, monochromatic printing is still possible.
 
The trick is in finding a printer setting called “Ink set” and set that from “Both” to “Black”. [br]
 
[br]
 
”Both” = Mix color and black cartridges to produce grayscale output[br]
 
 
”Black” = Only use black cartridge to produce grayscale output[br]
 
This
This
setting is what your printer uses to determine color mixing strategies for monochromatic/grayscale printing. Without a color cartridge in use at all, the color mixing won’t look the same, but you’ll still be able to get reasonably imperfect grayscale printing to work.work.[image|1746252]
This
This
setting is what your printer uses to determine color mixing strategies for monochromatic/grayscale printing. Without a color cartridge in use at all, the color mixing won’t look the same, but you’ll still be able to get reasonably imperfect grayscale printing to work.work.[image|1746252]

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Aporte original por: Manu Raghavan ,

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If you have an empty color cartridge, but an available black cartridge, monochromatic printing is still possible.

The trick is in finding a printer setting called “Ink set” and set that from “Both” to “Black”. [br]

[br]

”Both” = Mix color and black cartridges to produce grayscale output[br]

”Black” = Only use black cartridge to produce grayscale output[br]

This setting is what your printer uses to determine color mixing strategies for monochromatic/grayscale printing. Without a color cartridge in use at all, the color mixing won’t look the same, but you’ll still be able to get reasonably imperfect grayscale printing to work.

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