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change copy quality 2540

Can you change the copy quality of the 2540?  I am copying very generic forms that do not need to be high quality and I would love to save a bit of ink.  When I print documents, I have the option of selecting "draft."  Is there a similar feature on the 2540?

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Re: change copy quality 2540

BRS6583, welcome to the forum.

 

Here is the User's Guide for the computer.  Under the "Table of Contents", Section 3 "Print", read the section titled "Print using the maximum dpi".  I believe that this is the same way to change the print resolution.  I couldn't find anywhere that it gave better instructions.

 

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Re: change copy quality 2540

BRS6583, welcome to the forum.

 

Here is the User's Guide for the computer.  Under the "Table of Contents", Section 3 "Print", read the section titled "Print using the maximum dpi".  I believe that this is the same way to change the print resolution.  I couldn't find anywhere that it gave better instructions.

 

Please click "KUDOS" if I have helped you and click "Accept as Solution" if your problem is solved.

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