Paper is one of those essential business supplies that many don’t think about. It’s basically always there when needed and, if not, paper is pretty easy to acquire. Most businesses with a relatively high volume of printing would have paper delivered regularly or simply visit the local office supply shop in an emergency.
If you are looking for an article about collectible paper weights, this is not it. This article is about understanding the terminology behind copier and printer paper weights. In researching this article, I did find the Paperweight Collector's Association at paperweight.org.
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It is true that printing in color is more expensive than printing black and white. While some IT departments will set print drivers to default to black and white (mono), others leave it set to Auto Color. Auto Color allows the device to read the images and determine if the page should be printed in color or mono. Therefore, proper conversion of images from color to black and white is critical.
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A favorite culprit for paper jams is the actual paper. Nothing is more frustrating for both customers to hear and service technicians to say 'your paper is causing the issue'. It seems too simple but it really is a very easy issue to resolve.
When we experience a paper jam, the copier or printer usually gets the blame, but there can be other suspects involved in this crime against productivity. It only requires a little investigation.
Most offices use plain 20 pound bond in copiers and printers; however, this type of paper does not fit every need. When you want to use a different type of paper there are three main variables to consider.