The Best Multitasking Paper for the Whole Family
More than ever, the home has become the center of daily life, serving as the office, school, daycare, restaurant, and more. Even as the world gets back to “normal” with in-person activities starting up again, working and learning from home – at least part of the time – will likely be the “new normal” moving forward.
Whether you’re working from home or helping with homework, it’s important to keep quality paper on hand. Every home should keep a stock of Boise® X-9® Multi-Use Copy paper. Each ream is engineered for consistent performance and excellent run-ability, has a 99.99% Jam-Free® Performance Guarantee, is acid-free, and laser guaranteed. On top of that, Boise X-9 is America’s Top Selling Paper Brand, because it is known for great performance, no matter what the project or assignment.
Boise X-9 is the perfect paper for countless situations:
- Day-to-day work: Get seamless printing for documents and reports in your home office.
- Managing the home: Print receipts, grocery lists, tax forms, “honey do” lists, etc. quickly and easily.
- Homework: Whether it’s a worksheet to help students learn, or a report that needs to be turned in, you can be sure Boise X-9 will print – jam-free – when doing schoolwork.
- Creative outlets: Forget printing and let the kids – or adults – unleash their creativity by drawing or coloring on this perfectly white paper.
Boise X-9 features consistent high-quality looks and performance, making it the only paper brand you’ll need at home.
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