Question about Canon PIXMA MP780 All-In-One InkJet Printer
The paper’s weight may be expressed on a different basis than the paper used to rate the printer’s capabilities. For example, a 20-pound bond paper equates to 28 pounds cover and 42 pounds index papers in thickness. The differences among bases stem from the sizes of the large sheets from which the paper was cut. For example, Sharp says, bond paper’s weight is determined by 500 sheets of 17- x 22-inch stock (later sectioned into 8.5- x 11-inch reams), whereas index paper’s weight stems from 500 sheets of 25.5- x 30.5-inch paper.
Match the basis for the weight of the paper to the basis of the printer’s maximum paper weight rating. If the printer was rated on only one basis, such as cover or index, and your paper ****’s wrapper only lists the paper’s weight by another basis, such as bond,
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
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