Southworth 35-520-10 Continuous Single-Part Computer PaperSingle-part Computer Paper
9 1/2" x 11" - Letter Trim Perforations - 20 lb Paper Weight - 91 GE Brightness - White - 1,000 Sheets/ Box - View Complete Details
Product Number: SOU3552010
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Note: Must buy in quantities of 4 starting at 20.
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This product was manufactured in the United States.
Due to its limited shelf life or other concerns, we do not accept returns on this product unless it is damaged, defective or incorrect due to an error on our part.
Southworth 35-520-10 Continuous Single-Part Computer Paper - Continuous-form paper is specially designed for pin-fed printers and contains 25 percent cotton for crispness and texture. Paper has 1/2 margin perforations and becomes 8-1/2" x 11" once perforations are removed. Paper is also perforated between each sheet. One-part, plain white, computer paper is ideal for computerized reports, forms and letters. 20 lb. computer paper is acid-free, lignin-free, watermarked and date-coded."
- Watermarked paper offers crisp feel and traditional look.
- 25% cotton fiber with a 91 GE brightness rating.
- Acid and lignin free for archival quality.
- Microperforated sheets for clean separation.
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