The Staples stock paper is ideal for use in lasers, inkjet printers and copiers
The Staples stock paper has an eye-catching pastel color that makes it easy to notice. This stock paper is durable and has poly-wrapped reams that protect it against rips, tears and moisture. Due to its ivory color and vellum finish, you can use it to p rint cards or even restaurant menus. You can also use this paper continually with any type of printer because it prints well and doesn't cause jamming.
8.5" x 11" letter-sized paper
67 lb. paper stock
100 brightness rating
Can be used in laser and inkjet copiers and printers
250 sheets per pack
Vellum-finished bristol cover stock
Heavyweight stock is perfect for direct mail pieces, presentations and more
Eye-catching, soft pastel colors
Use in copiers and laser and inkjet machines
Protect your documents and create a professional impression with this Staples stock paper. Its thick construction protects your items from dust, pests and some spills. This stock paper is compatible with most office printers and copiers, making it easy to use. The ivory coloring provides a neutral and light background that makes printed material easy to read.
Durability This Staples stock paper protects documents and other items from a number of potential threats. Use it to protect reports, or sandwich important documents in it to prepare them for shipment. Use it in three-ring binders as chapter pages for manuals and other items.
Easy to Use This cover stock paper is designed to work with office printers and copiers, so creating a professional cover page is simple. Use it with a three-hole punch to add it to a binder, or staple it to other pages to protect against folds.
Attractive Look This ivory stock paper has a look that distinguishes it from standard office paper while remaining neutral. Both ink and toner stand out on this paper, and pens and markers are easy to use on it as well. Add this stock paper to a report to give it a bit of weight and a professional look.
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