[caption id="attachment_34929" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Serif fonts use less ink than the traditional Arial font. "]Serif fonts use less ink than the traditional Arial font. [/caption]

A Wisconsin university expects to save up to $10,000 a year by making a small change in computer users’ habits: Changing the fonts in the documents they print. This minor change represents an easy way for officials at every level of education to tighten their fiscal belts while school budgets decline, some experts say.

Because different fonts require different amounts of ink to print, you could be buying new...

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