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    Does anyone know how to Print White Letters on Black Paper from a printer? Like from your computer screen. I have a friend who wanted to do that, but is not sure how.

    Thanks for any help you can give me.

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    are you sure the computer prints white? I know of some that don't.

    If you were in Word you should just be able to highlight the text and change the font color to white and print normaly I'd think.

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    Bardie, I would think that a printer does not print in white but I could be wrong. If hers doesn't, she could use rub ons.
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    Unless you have a white ink cartridge in your printer, you are not going to print white on any color paper. It is assumed that printers print on white paper therefore, the printer does not print where white would normally be in a picture/document. Atleast with inkjet printers, even yellow doesn't work on dark colors because it is absorbed into the paper.

    I could only suggest using stamps with white ink.

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    You can't print white from a printer onto colored paper. You could use white paper and reverse your test to white and do your background black and print it that way, but to my knowledge there is no white ink for printers.
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    That is what I thought I just wanted to make sure there was not something i was missing. that for all your help.

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    Bardie
    When they select the typeface (font), select color white and then you can print on black.

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    Yes, you can print in white. I do what lbettis does. just change the font to white in the color selection and voila! you have white on your black cardstock!

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    Taffy, I need details, I have changed the color to white but no print comes out on black paper could you give me exact instructions. I thought the only way to do this is to turn your background to black or something but that uses alot of ink!........Thanks Sue
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    Originally posted by Taffy:
    Yes, you can print in white. I do what lbettis does. just change the font to white in the color selection and voila! you have white on your black cardstock!
    You are joking, right?


 

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