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                                                Grid Paperô

                      Create and Print Linear Grid Paper Sheets and Overhead Slides.





  

  


  

  

     

     

Cartesian Grid Paper Cartesian Grid Paper is the simplest and most common Grid Paper in use today. Itís most distinguishing feature is that it has a uniform square grid made of intersecting perpendicular lines. Graph sheets can be adjusted with two settings for units of measure, choose from 13 different colors, and a grid size ranging from 1 to 25 lines per inch or a grid with lines separated from 1 to 25 millimeters. It is used for graphing linear equations, linear dimensional data, and for drawing two dimensional objects.

For help see step by step Instructions Below or click here for a Grid Paper Overview

Engineering Grid Paper Engineering Grid Paper differs from Cartesian Grid Paper in that it has a multiple width grids and different colors can be chosen different size grids. There is a selection of two different grid and color settings, the primary grid and a secondary, sub increment, grid with the primary grid setting being for the wider of the two grid lines. Common settings for the primary grid settings are usually 5 or 10 time as wide as the secondary, sub-increment, setting. For example; you might choose 1 per inch for the primary grid and 10 per inch for the secondary sub-increment setting, or you could choose 10 mm or 20mm for the primary grid and 2 mm for the secondary sub-increment grid.

For help see step by step Instructions Below or click here for a Grid Paper Overview