Sure, any paper that works in a laser printer will work in a regular copier, and vice versa.
In fact, modern copiers ARE laser printers. At least, the guts are. A copier scans the page, processes the image digitally, and prints using the same laser-activated toner and fusion process as a laser printer. The only difference is that a laser printer gets its image data from a computer, rather than directly from its own built-in a scanner like a copier.
Xerox makes these specialty papers for its line of copiers. Actually, many Xerox copiers can be configured to act as laser printers -- they can be plugged into a computer network and behave just like any other laser printer in your office. The line between "copier" and "printer" is getting blurry.
I confess, I did a double-take-gasp when I saw the price on that paper. 50 cents a sheet! [shudder] I guess that's what "Premium" means!
Answered on 5/29/2012 by Community Answer from None