Did you know that for the best print results, different projects call for different papers? Every Boise POLARIS® Premium paper product will produce top-tier results no matter which brand you use for what project. However, using the correct paper type for the appropriate project will further enhance the final result. Here is your go-to guide to the precise Boise POLARIS paper to use depending on the job.
1. Leading a meeting for your team
Reach for Boise POLARIS® Premium Multipurpose paper to get the job done. Multipurpose paper is excellent for high-profile, but internal documents and presentations. Show off to coworkers in your team meeting with an agenda printed on multipurpose paper!
2. Using an inkjet printer for client-facing items
Inkjet printers produce documents that are impressive with its bold and bright copy. That’s why you should use Boise POLARIS® Premium Inkjet paper anytime you use an inkjet printer. Your coworkers and clients will be impressed with the visible high-quality and look of the paper.
3. Making a statement to a big customer
Always print external documents and presentations on Boise POLARIS® Premium Laser paper for superior results, putting you ahead of any competition. Laser paper provides sleek, professional results that will not go unnoticed. So, next time you have a big budget presentation or new business pitch, print the deck on Laser paper for a superior look and feel.
4. Printing a dynamic flyer for the office
Boise POLARIS® Color Copy paper is the right pick for printing vibrant, colorful flyers and posters. It’s engineered to be extra thick and heavy, perfect for documents with a lot of graphics. Color Copy paper has an exceptional shiny quality to it, so it’s the perfect paper to reach for when standing out in the crowd is key.
When you use the proper type of paper for each specific project, your documents will gleam and you will look brilliant. Learn more: http://bph.boisepaper.com/product-page/boise-polaris/
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