Specifying Print Settings for Bitmaps, Transparency, and Color/Grayscale
Ironically, it can take more time and memory to print transparent graphics than regular ones. (Transparent graphics aren't entirely transparentthey're just slightly seethrough, depending on the setting. To make a graphic transparent, select it in Draw and choose Format > Area > Transparency, or select a bitmap in any application and when the raster toolbar appears, go to the far right and adjust the transparency in the Transparency field.)
You can also set options that make graphics grayscale, and other features shown in Figure 4-46. Choose Tools > Options > Print and make the appropriate selections.
Figure 4-46. Selecting graphics print options