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    I was looking for some photo paper that wouldn't print glossy photos. After looking at all the packages (that were already opened) on the shelf at Office Max, I ended up trying Epson's Professional Paper. It's kind of expensive, but Wow!...the finish looks like prints you would get from a photographer. Now I know why they call it Professional paper. Just thought I'd pass it on. I'm def. going to use it for my 8 1/2"x 11" digital layouts.

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    If you are wanting to use paper weight, another thing you might check on is 70 - 80 lb. offset bright white paper. We used that a lot in the printing business because of the great outcome. It is probably about the same as the professional.
    Lynn


 

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