Exact Index Colored Card StockCard Stock
Letter - 8 1/2" x 11" - Blue - Smooth - 110 lb Paper Weight - 250/ Pack - Compatible With Laser & Inkjet Printers - View Complete Details
Product Number: WAU49521
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Exact Index Colored Card Stock - Uniform, smooth surface enhances ink holdout and printability. Ideal for brochures, covers, tabs, file folders and business forms. Laser and inkjet guaranteed. Acid-free for great quality that doesn’t deteriorate.
- Uniform, smooth surface enhances ink holdout and printability.
- Ideal for brochures, covers, tabs, file folders and business forms.
- Laser and inkjet guaranteed.
- Acid-free for great quality that doesn’t deteriorate.
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