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Re: lined / ruled paper


Golden Business Forms
410 Ballard St.
West Burlington, IA  52655

Ph: 319-753-2698
Fax: 319-752-3808

She can rule darn near anything.  Good prices & great service.

>I'm trying to help someone locate ruled, acid-free/buffered, paper for
>making blank journals. My guess is that they would want it in sheets and
>cut it down themselves, but sources of the ruled textblocks would also
>help. They only need enough for one book though.
>Any clues out there.
>>    My client is interested in lined paper for a blank journal.  He
>>would like the paper to be white.  As far as the color of the lines
>>themselves, I need to let him know what is available.  Several people
>>have suggested using a personal computer to print lines, but I just
>>don't know how stable the ink is.
>>Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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