Printer Paper vs. Copy Paper

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What's the difference between printer paper and copy paper?

Printer Paper vs. Copy Paper

Printer paper is made to be thicker for higher quality output. For example, if you put copy paper into an inkjet printer and print off a large image or photo, your output would be on soggy paper and possibly distorted. Copiers lay less ink and produce output at speeds hundreds of times faster than printers. With the exception of color copiers, thinner paper is just right for the average copy machine.

Next time you are out shopping for printer paper, be careful when choosing your printer paper.

   

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