Stationary Paper is one of the most widely used types of stationary in any sector, be it for education purposes or office purposes. Any kind of work requires you to have stationary paper; in fact it has become a prerequisite for most of the cases. So here we are going to tell you about the different varieties of stationary paper. We know a lot of people are unaware about the varieties of stationary paper and their appropriate usage for different work. Your usage may vary from taking notes in lecture to filling the tender for your next deal.
Whatever is the purpose you should know about the wide range of stationary paper available in the market. Now, the different varieties of stationary paper are as follows:
Standard, Copy and All Purpose Stationary Paper
This standard stationary paper is made from wood pulp. It is one of the most common types of paper that is used by us. This is the paper which is used in regular notebooks and registers. It is a bit thin. It is perfect for taking hand written notes but is not that appropriate for office work due to its thin texture and poor printing quality. Then there is the copy stationary paper, which is ideal for printout purposes and copying. But it is not recommended for laser or inkjet papers, the latest printers in the market. Last is the All Purpose stationary paper is costlier than standard and copy paper and is most suitable for business purposes because it gives a more professional look to your documents. Moreover is gives good printing results to all types of printers and therefore can be taken in as a general printing paper by any office. This makes all purpose more beneficial than the other two. All in all these were a few common types of paper used for educational and official purposes.
Economy, Inkjet and Laser Stationary Paper
Economy paper is another common type of printing paper that can be used in offices. It is not that costly and can be used for both writing and printing. Moreover, it is compatible with all kinds of printers, this makes it quite beneficial. It is can be appropriate for printing memos and handouts but it won’t be much good for important business documents due to a little lack in quality. It is not good for printing images too. All in all it is a good stationary paper. Next is the inkjet stationary paper. Well as the name suggests it is most suitable for inkjet printers only. It is good for printing both text as well as high quality images. Due to its high quality and great compatibility with inkjet printers it is costlier too. In fact it is much more expensive than all other papers. Now the last is laser paper. As the name indicates it is most suitable for laser printers. Laser printers are the most sorts out printers in the market. So the price of laser paper is more than inkjet paper. This makes it the most expensive stationary printer.