We seldom think about it, but there are differences in types of writing paper. Once upon a time, we wrote on papyrus or vellum. Now we use pulp to make the recyclable paper we’re all familiar with. We primarily utilize one of two standard paper types, either college-ruled or wide-ruled. “Ruled” simply means how far apart the lines are on the page. Wide-ruled paper generally offers 27 lines per page, while college-ruled paper has narrower lines, resulting in 33 lines per page.
Bigger is sometimes better
This 200-sheet pack of 10-1/2″ x 8″ wide-ruled paper gives you large spaces for big ideas. You can’t go wrong with this Mead loose-leaf paper. Use it for assignments at school, for homework, for taking notes at the office, and truly much more. Each sheet is 3-hole punched, which makes it a cinch to add to a binder or folder. This pack of wide-ruled paper is truly essential for school and to simply keep on hand for a variety of uses at home or in the office.
Never tear a sheet again with this 3-pack of 10-1/2″ x 8″ reinforced, heavyweight paper. If you’re looking for a strong, resilient paper, Five Star’s reinforced filler paper is your choice. This heavyweight, 20-pound paper doesn’t rip easily. Its reinforced, triangular holes keep it anchored and secure in binders and folders. Do you need to put an important presentation or handbook together in a sturdy binder? Use these strong sheets. Keep your notes legible and your pages intact with these hearty pieces of paper.
Smooth writing surface
This 150-sheet pack of wide-ruled paper is the companion your writing tools need. From short stories, to work meeting notes, math problems, or poems, Kaisa’s loose-leaf paper gives you a high-quality writing surface for it all. Stock up ahead of time, or replenish your stockpile with this pack of three. The letter-sized sheets (10.5″ x 8″) make great binder paper, too. Put a pack in each one of your subject binders for school. In addition to white, it also comes in four sunny colors.