This is interesting. A font has been designed that uses less toner. It uses less toner because of the holes in the letters. The font is free and you can get it here. I have rightfully been accused of being a font snob so I just don't know about this. It says it is to be used in an office in 9 or 10 pt. type. And if it was used then and only then it is probably fine. I typed below and then printed it. In 12 pt type with a loupe I can still see the dots. But it is certainly eco conscious and thinking outside the box.