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>Question: What paper would you recommend that I use? (brand >name, weight, etc.)
Probably, the place to start is the weight - for both the masters and
Many companies publish using 20lb paper because that's what is usually
used in business. However, for publishing, 24 is preferable, if not 28.
But, naturally, the price rises with the weight.
Bruce Byfield, Outlaw Communications
(bbyfield -at- axionet -dot- com) (604) 421-7189 or 687-2133 X. 269
www.outlawcommunications.com (updated 02 Feb 1998)
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