I would like to suggest adding a feature to Internet Explorer that allows the
user to set a different default font for printing, that may be different from
the default font for viewing pages on the screen.
Many users, myself included,ften print off a web page, knowing that they
will not need to keep the hard copy for a long period of time.
In order to save toner, when I print this sort of "casual hardcopy" that is
only for my own use and isn't meant for distribution, I like to use the
Spranq Eco Sans font which is designed to use less toner when printed.
In Internet Explorer, I still want to use a traditional default font that is
easy to read for onscreen use, and I still want to allow websites to specify
which fonts to use. But when I go to print, there is no way (that I'm aware
of) that I can change which font is used when printing.
I suggest including a section in the Advanced Options which allows the user
to specify a separate default font for printing, and also to allow the user
to specify if they want to replace all fonts when printing (including fonts
that are set by the web site being visited), or just to replace the default
Thanks in advance!
Government/Political Communications Professional
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