LL8511

Rite In The Rain Loose Leaf Copier Paper

Rite In The Rain Loose Leaf Copier Paper

Description

All-weather loose leaf copier paper.

Features

  • Pre-perforated loose leaf sheets for Rite in the Rain field binders
  • For use in copy or laser machines
List Price
$43.50
Your Price
$39.15
Usually ships in 3-5 days

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Details

Rite in the Rain's loose leaf copier paper provides all-weather copies of your data through copy machines or laser printers. The pre-perforated loose leaf sheets fit easily into Rite in the Rain field binders. They are available in white, green and desert tan for all applications. Not for use in ink jet printers.
Notable Specifications:
  • Size - 8 1/2" x 11" (4 5/8" x 7" Loose Leaf Sheets)
  • Page Pattern - blank
  • Weight - 2.6 lbs
  • Number of Sheets - 150

 

What's Included:
  • (150) Sheets loose leaf paper
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Rite In The Rain Loose Leaf Copier Paper LL8511 150 sheets loose leaf copier paper, white (4 5/8" x 7")
$39.15
Usually ships in 3-5 days

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