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Print grayscale with Samsung Laser Printer

Posted on 2014-04-08
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I have desperately been trying to get my color laser printer to print grayscale, but it always prints color even if I tell it to print grayscale in the printer dialogue.

I have a MacBook Pro with OS X 10.7.5. and a Samsung  CLX3305-W.

Any ideas anyone?
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Depending on the application, it is possible to select greyscale in the application. That may or may not work.

If you select it in printer settings, it should work. Printer Settings is from the drop-down menu underneath Orientation when you go to print. I do not know if the OSX driver for the CLX3305-W supports greyscale though. I do not have access to a Mac to try it.
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