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I don't think there's a solution for this but I'll ask anyway. I'm using a laser printer (Lexmark E322) after years of using an inkjet. The problem is when I'm printing something that has, for example) a column heading of white letters on a gray bar, of course it won't show up. or yellow text etc. With an inkjet, even using grayscale, it still was readable. Is there a work around for this problem?
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