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Is there a way to make my page one color and have it print a different color?
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Yes, you can have your page in say Green text.  Then, click print.  You should be prompt with a print screen.  The only way you may change this is by changing the printing properties and print the page in grayscale where only shades of gray would be printed and all colors would be changed to a shade of grey.
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No, I mean when you're authoring.  Can you add HTML so that you can automatically have your page print in different colors than it is seen in?
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