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Hammermill(R) Inkjet Paper, 8 1/2in. x 11in., 24 Lb, Ream Of 500 Sheets

Item# 168-619192-AF | Model# 105050 | Added on June 27, 2012 |
Hammermill(R) Inkjet Paper, 8 1/2in. x 11in., 24 Lb, Ream Of 500 Sheets
$16.79
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Description
From memos and flyers to everyday personal and business communication, Hammermill printer paper produces blacker blacks and more vibrant colors to make your documents stand out. Since it's acid-free, this premium paper and the images and text you print on it will look great for time to come. Smooth, uncoated inkjet printer paper for enhanced color imaging. Delivers sharp, well-defined text and bright colors. ColorLok(TM) technology for brighter colors, fewer smears and crisper text. 111 (Euro), 96 (U.S.) brightness for great contrast. Blacks are blacker, colors are radiant on this premium bright paper. Heavyweight 24-lb stock is ideal for 2-sided printing - resists ink show-through. 99.9% jam-free performance for worry-free results. Designed for use with most inkjet printers. Acid-free paper won't yellow or fade over time. 24-lb printer paper comes with 500 sheets. Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) - for wood/paper products from forests certified to the 'gold' standard of responsible forestry. Forest Stewardship Council US-0081. FSC Certification ensures responsible use of forest resources and provides assurance that the fiber in this paper comes from forests that are well-managed to protect biodiversity and the livelihoods of the people that depend on those forests. Greener choice - contains 10% postconsumer recycled content. Hammermill(R) Inkjet Paper, 8 1/2in. x 11in., 24 Lb, Ream Of 500 Sheets is one of many available through Office Depot. Made by Hammermill.
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