Though most people these days have access to a computer or smartphone, you’d be surprised by how much still receipt print (ใบเสร็จ รับ เงิน, which is the term in Thai) happens in daily life. The reason for this was a mystery to us. Some people find it more comfortable to read from paper than from a screen. Paper documents are much simpler to amend, mark up, and send on. Nothing crashes or doesn’t start on printed pages. Only extreme conditions, like a fire or flood, can destroy data. When it comes to legal documents like contracts, printouts have more weight. You will have no problem with it.

Tips For Receipt Printing

Only Print Documents You Need

Many individuals and businesses are confused and at odds over what kind of records must be kept for how long to comply with tax law. So, as a safety measure, everything is printed and filed. Ask yourself if printing the document is necessary. You don’t need to print out anything unless it’s necessary. Ergonomic improvements in the workplace are preferable.

Draft Mode Printing.

Save the ink and toner by using various printing programs available on most printers and photocopiers. As an illustration, you could print with design quality rather than presentation quality. The importance of the printed design over the final presentation is something we’ve already discussed. A lower amount of ink is required for the printer to function. Make low-resolution test print of receipt form (แบบฟอร์มใบเสร็จรับเงิน, term in Thai) if necessary. The printer switches to a low-cost printing mode or lowers the print resolution. Less ink or toner is used by the printer or copier.


Larger font sizes (those with wide letters, thicker lines, and more curls and serifs) require more ink or paper than their smaller counterparts. The right font can sometimes save you up to 30 percent on printing expenses. Standard in most word processors is the cost-cutting fonts Century Gothic and Garamond. Here are the top three fonts you should avoid using:

  • Arial
  • Trebuchet
  • Tahoma

Printing In Color Vs. Black And White

If you’re trying to cut costs, switching to black-and-white printing is an option. The obviousness of that much is apparent. If you print in color, maybe you should rethink that. There’s a reason why color copies at the copy shop cost several times as much as plain black and white copies. Cartridges containing ink tend to cost more than their black counterparts.