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How can I print in monochrome on my colour printer? Not grayscale, but only pure black-white printing?

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Do you mean printing without dithering, halftoning or font-smoothing? –  RedGrittyBrick Sep 21 '12 at 9:36
    
Can you specify operating system and application you are printing from as well? –  ultrasawblade Sep 22 '12 at 13:12
    
Hi all, sorry for the late answer. The application in question is Autocad 2012. I was searching in printer options to find monochrome option, but instead i found it in Autocad. –  dsmoljanovic Feb 8 '13 at 12:22

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Quite simply, with modern printers, the idea of pure black and white printing is obsolete. Even where I have a black and white option on a printer (say a virtual PDF device, or my other printer), it really means greyscale.

Practically speaking your best option would be to tweak your source material to be black and white, then print that out

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