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printing and paper grain



Paper grain makes a big difference with offset printing.  A few years ago I
wanted text paper with the grain parallel to the spine for the correct
binding grain.  But this made the printing very difficult--the guy who was
doing the work said the paper would not come off the drum (wanted to keep
rolling around).  But would you have the same problem with laser printing?
Isn't it like with paper copiers that have straighter paper paths? I'd guess
that computer printers are more forgiving and you could use the correct
paper grain for the book.

Cathy Atwood
Local Records Program, Missouri Secretary of State


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