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Text Paper

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Customer Questions for Text Paper

QUESTION: Can I print on both sides of the 70-Text 8 1/2 x 11 Paper LCI Radiant White paper without it showing through?

ANSWER: I just test printed both sides of this paper on our HP laser and an Epson inkjet. The reverse side printing does slightly show through. If you are doing light coverage print on one of the sides I do not think this would be an issue. However, if you have heavy ink coverage on both sides this may not look too good.

QUESTION: Do you carry any grain short text weight paper?

ANSWER: We don't currently offer any of our 8 1/2 x 11 text stocks cut grain short, but since we custom cut our papers we can do this for you. The cost would depend upon the paper you want, therefore please contact us for a custom quote.

QUESTION: Is the Savanna Tindalo wood grain paper available in 11 x 17 text paper?

ANSWER: We do offer Tindalo as well as the other Savanna wood grains in text weight 11 x 17 sheets. Here is a link to our collection of wood grains papers we stock. Use the filters in the ordering section to find the 11 x 17 text weight in Tindalo.

QUESTION: Why isn't my 80lb text paper stiff?

ANSWER: You are not the only one confused about this; we often field questions on what's the difference between text paper & cover paper. The reference to Text vs Cover is what separates the two. Text is a lighter paper weight and cover is thick & rigid. We created a short video to explain the differences between cover & text and why a paper designated as 80lb text is indeed different than one with a designation of 80lb cover or card. This video tries to explain the North American system to paper weight. We think the best way to avoid paper confusion is to rely on the European system for paper measurement. The European system use grams per square meter (GSM), therefore the higher the number the thicker the paper. It's that simple. We plan to add GSM measurements to the site shortly. Stay tuned.