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1. What are the different types of printer paper available?
There are several types of printer paper available, including:
Standard printer paper - AKA multipurpose paper. This is the most commonly used type suitable for everyday printing and available in various GSM weights.
Photo paper - designed specifically for printing high-quality photos and featuring a glossy or matte finish to enhance image clarity and colour vibrancy.
Cardstock - thicker and sturdier than standard printer paper, cardstock is ideal for printing invitations, greeting cards, or other craft projects that require a more durable material.
Speciality paper: There are various speciality papers available, such as transparency films for overhead projectors, labels and stickers, transfer paper for fabric, and more.
2. What paper size should I use for my printer?
The paper size you should use for your printer depends on the specific model and its compatibility. The most common paper sizes for standard office printers are A4 and A3. However, speciality printers can also accommodate other sizes, including letter size (8.5" x 11"), legal size (8.5" x 14"), and tabloid or ledger size (11" x 17"). Always refer to your printer's user manual or specifications to determine the supported paper sizes.
3. What is the difference between paper weight and paper brightness?
Paper weight refers to the thickness and sturdiness of the paper, measured in grams per square meter (GSM). Higher weight indicates thicker paper, which is typically more durable and suitable for printing high-quality images or documents. Paper brightness, on the other hand, refers to the whiteness of the paper. Higher brightness levels, usually measured on a scale from 1 to 100, indicate a brighter and more vibrant appearance for printed materials. Both paper weight and brightness can impact the quality and overall look of your printed documents, so it's important to consider these factors when selecting printer paper.