Can I somehow run a printed document through my printer and blank the whole thing? (like print white everywhere)?
- StarryskyLv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
There are no white inks sold for printers. But I suppose some maniac will figure a way to load ink tanks in printers with paint of any color, including white.Source(s): You can buy white inks for inking nib pens for special lettering graphics called calligraphy.
- The_Doc_ManLv 76 months ago
If you are trying to make it unreadable, take it outside and burn it.
- WhoLv 76 months ago
whats the point?- you want a blank sheet of paper then just do a paper feed or take a sheet out of the paper tray
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- Richard JLv 76 months ago
Just cover it with white-out correction tape
- Simon TLv 66 months ago
You could print black everywhere - but it is going to use a lot of ink.
If you want to "erase" a printed document then shred it or burn it. If you need a blank piece of paper, pull one out of the paper tray.
- micksmixxxLv 76 months ago
No. Home printers do NOT use white ink.
- JimLv 76 months ago
Just use white out and a big paint brush.