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HP Brochure and Flyer Paper, Glossy 2-Sided Value Pack: 8.5x11", (Letter) 150 Sheets, 180 g/m2

SKU: IHPQ1987A MFR: Q1987A

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Impress prospective customers or clients with elegant-looking brochures, flyers, handouts, direct mail, sales briefs and data sheets, without spending a fortune on professional printing services. Hewlett-Packard Brochure and Flyer Paper (Glossy) for Inkjet lets you produce your own short run marketing materials with your inkjet printer.

With this thick, glossy paper coated for printing on both sides, it's hard to tell you did it yourself. You'll be able to create eye-catching graphics and text with brighter colors and glossier, deeper blacks and even forgo envelopes since the sturdy 48-lb. weight paper holds its own and comes with adhesive mailing seals

HP Specifications

Paper Dimensions
8.5 x 11 in
Sheets Per Package
150
Paper Finish
Glossy
Paper Brightness
98
U.S. Page Weight
48 lb bond
Metric Page Weight
180 g/m2
Operating Temperature
59 to 95° F
Storage Temperature
41 to 95° F
Operating Humidity
20 to 80% RH
Storage Humidity
5 to 90% RH
Dimensions (W x D x H)
9.38 x 1.31 x 12 in
Mfr #
Q1987A
SKU
IHPQ1987A
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Linda s  How well does the paper work for printing greeting cards on both sides using photos? Is the paper not flimsy?
TIMOTHY J  Hi, I am a semi-retired hp employee. I do not recommend using hp brochure paper for making greeting cards. It is too flimsy. Instead , what I do for printing greeting cards on my hp photosmart printer at home is... 1. I use americangreetings (create an account), on the home page, at the bottom, choose "Print at Home". 2. I create the card and then choose print. You can print 1/4 fold or 1/2 fold on any type of paper or card paper specifically made for this (it's stiffer and stands up straight.) Office Depot has a good selection. Actually, I like to print a custom size - 5"x 7" which is more like the cards you buy in the drugstore. But to print on that particular size, I have to print the card (from americangreetings) to "Send to Onenote" and then copy and paste it from Onenote to a program like MS Powerpoint. Then I can resize it and print to my printer on ANY size paper. I choose B5 (ISO) which is very close to 5"x 7". I wrote up complete instructions on how to do this. I buy this 5"x 7" card paper from Red River along with the envelopes. print them "border-less" and the cards turn out looking very professional. Good luck.
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