Using less paper and printing equipment means that less energy and resources that support the environment are used. As a part of their daily routines, most offices and homes in the nation still use printers and paper. The explanation is simply that all of them still need a printer. To you, these same reasons apply.
In 2 color printing, instead of one on lower end marketing materials, two ink colors are used, vs. four on higher-end commercially printed pieces. Typically, the inks used are Pantone ® colors, and are frequently used in a unique color to print a logo, design or symbol.
A printed name is simply the name written out so that it can be read by people (signatures might not be easy to read, so people will ask for both sometimes). A signature is often written in cursive, for things like contracts, checks, etc., it is the individual's own way of writing their name.
For web graphics, especially logos, illustrations, and graphs, PNG images are ideal. If images are edited and saved multiple times, PNG is also a top choice. For printing, PDF images are ideal, particularly for graphic design, posters, and flyers.
For printing photos and color documents, inkjet printers are better, and while there are color laser printers, they are more expensive. Laser printers don't use ink, unlike inkjet printers. The trade-off is that, in general, laser printers are more costly.
A digital download in the form of art, graphic designs, and even text is a printable one. You can download and print them from your own computer from a website. Cards, art prints, clip art, digital stamps, calendars, stickers, and entire art projects are some examples of printable items.
You can access your document history when this feature is enabled by opening the Devices and Printers menu, right-clicking the printer that you are currently using, and selecting the See What's Printing tab that appears in the associated menu.