Avery - Mini Binder Filler Paper - College Ruled - 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" - 100 Sheets
About this item
- Mini binder paper to use for thoughts, notes and more
- Pre-punched with seven holes to conveniently fit in your three or seven-ring mini binder
- 100 sheets in a package
- College rule paper
Provide yourself with a convenient place to pen your thoughts with Avery® - Mini Binder Filler Paper - College Ruled - 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" - 100 Sheets.
Where to Place the Paper?
Avery - Mini Binder Filler Paper - College Ruled comes pre-punched with seven holes to conveniently fit in your three or seven-ring mini binder. Because this mini-binder paper comes pre-punched, you're able to use this paper anywhere.
What Is College Rule Paper?
Avery - Mini Binder Filler Paper - College Ruled provides you with college-ruled paper, but what is college rule paper? Any type of paper that is printed with evenly-spaced horizontal lines is called a ruled paper. Before 1770, ruled paper had to be hand-drawn. However, in 1770, John Tetlow invented the machine that automatically created ruled paper. The machine was invented to create ruled paper for music and other purposes. Since then, ruled paper has evolved into three different categories: wide ruled, college ruled and narrow ruled paper. Wide ruled paper offers large gaps between individual lines. College ruled paper, also known as medium ruled paper, is the type of paper provided in this package of Avery Mini Binder Filler Paper. While wide ruled paper contains 8.7-millimeter gaps between each line, college ruled paper contains narrower gaps of 7.1-millimeters between each line. Meanwhile, narrow ruled paper provides the smallest gaps between each line on the paper: a meager 6.35 millimeters.
Why Use Avery Mini Binder College Ruled Paper?
Avery - Mini Binder Filler Paper - College Ruled is best used by older students and adults because it allows them to write in neater, smaller handwriting. Wide ruled paper is typically used by younger children and elementary school students because the wider spacing between the lines of the paper allows more room for error.