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Xerox Symphony Paper - A4 Yellow Pastel Tint 80gsm - 500 sheets

Providing a professional look and feel, this pastel yellow Xerox Symphony paper is ideal for marketing materials and customer communications. With a good level of contrast when printing, this 80gsm paper ensures your images and text stand out, giving you excellent results. This pale sunshine yellow high quality paper is:

  • Eco-friendly - fully recyclable
  • Economical, great for high volume colour printing
  • Sold in 500 sheet packs
  • Suitable for copiers, inkjet and laser printers
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Product Description

Providing a professional look and feel, this pastel yellow Xerox Symphony paper is ideal for marketing materials and customer communications. With a good level of contrast when printing, this 80gsm paper ensures your images and text stand out, giving you excellent results. This pale sunshine yellow high quality paper is:

  • Eco-friendly - fully recyclable
  • Economical, great for high volume colour printing
  • Sold in 500 sheet packs
  • Suitable for copiers, inkjet and laser printers
People who bought this searched for: Yellow Printer Paper

Product Specifications

Product Ref: 003R93975R

Key Specifications

Pack Size:500 sheets Per ream
Colour:Yellow
Usage: Coloured Paper
Paper Weight:80gsm
EAN:5017534939756
FSC/PEFC:Yes

Eco Score - 4/5

  • RecyclableRecyclable
  • BiodegradableBiodegradable
  • Sustainable MaterialsSustainable Materials
  • Plastic FreePlastic Free
  • Climate NeutralClimate Neutral

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