Hammermill Laser Print Laser Print Laser Paper - Letter - 8 1/2" x 11" - 24 lb Basis Weight - 3-hole
Item Number: HAM107681
Our Price: $10.35 / RM (savings $13.76)
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- Produces sharp, clear images at up to 2,400 dpi resolution on both color and monochrome laser-based equipment
- 3-hole punched for easy binder insertion
- Ideal for color copies, proposals, reports, layouts and letters
- FSC Certified
- Acid-free for added archival quality
Laser Print Paper maximizes the quality of high-resolution, laser printer output. Versatile, 99.99 percent Jam-Free sheet is suited for electronic printing, laser printing and color copies. Bright white shade provides excellent image contrast. Acid-free, archival quality extends the life of the document. Binder-ready design features a three-hole punched edge. 24 lb. paper also offers an ultra-smooth surface and is recommended for presentations, manuals, proposals and other high-quality, laser printer applications.
Manufacturer: International Paper Company
Manufacturer Part Number: 107681
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.internationalpaper.com
Product Name: 3-Hole Punched Laser Print Paper
Packaged Quantity: 500 / Ream
Sheet Standard: Letter
Sheet Size: 8 1/2" x 11"
Basis Weight: 24 lb
Holes Punched: 3-holes punched
Print Technology: Laser
Surface Finish: Ultra Smooth
- Laser Printer
- Inkjet Printer
- Fax Machine
: Yes Environmental Certification
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