by Boise Paper
As an office administrator, the office paper you stock directly impacts the quality and appearance of the work put out by everyone in your company. Did you know that different types of documents call for different papers? From a simple memo to full color brochures, it’s essential that you pick the right paper for your projects.
“Paper selection can make a difference between final documents that pop or those that simply fade into the background,” says Sarah Yedlick, office expert for Boise Paper. “Familiarize yourself with the key features, benefits and uses of your office’s paper supply, so that when an urgent printing request comes your way, you will know exactly which paper to use for the best result.”
Here’s a quick reference guide to help you look brilliant every time.
Printing documents for a company meeting?
For high-profile internal documents, rely on a high-quality multipurpose office paper. This “go-to” paper is designed to deliver impressive print results quickly and reliably.
Using an inkjet printer?
Inkjet printers require absorbent papers that capture ink and dry quickly, preventing smears or bleeding onto multiple sheets of paper. Be sure to select a paper that is specifically engineered for inkjet printers.
Preparing a presentation for a client?
When you need to print external communications or presentations with color charts and graphs, using a high-quality laser paper in a laser printer will provide the results you need.
Printing eye-catching flyers or brochures?
Full-color marketing materials, such as flyers and brochures, require brighter white and heavier weight paper in order to have that professional look-and-feel.
Need more help?
Use this infographic to guide all your paper printing decisions. Click to download the full-size version, then print and post near your printer station as a handy reference for every print project.
For more information on paper attributes and selecting the right paper for your needs, head over to www.BePaperSmart.com.