Saving on Printing Costs
In an earlier post, I mentioned that the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay had changed their default font and, as a result, saved on ink costs. Since then, I found that Printer.com, a Dutch company that compares printers and their costs, did a study encompassing more fonts. In their results, they found that Century Gothic is the most economical font, followed closely by Ecofont, Times Roman, Calibri, and Verdana.
In the comments, however, I saw a very practical idea — print in draft when you can. That probably saves more money than using any of the fonts above.