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  • 30 May 2016 We thank those who defended and continue to defend our country. #somegaveall #allgavesome https://t.co/7XTlIfKxG7
  • 30 May 2016 RT @FoldsofHonor: What better way to spend #MemorialDay than with the families who have sacrificed so much for our freedom. #PCI2016 https:…
  • 27 May 2016 We will be closing today at 3pm for our employees to enjoy a three day Memorial Day weekend. Thank you to all that serve our country.
  • 26 May 2016 We love the @frenchpaperco on the inside but the packing on the outside is primo. #okpaperco https://t.co/9DgnOnPMz8

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K is Kiss Cut
Kiss Cut is a very light die-cutting impression that cuts through just one layer of a substrate or laminate - for example on a label or sticker. This allows the shape of the label to be cut but not the release backing sheet.

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Welcome to our #OKalphabetseries where we visit paper and printing terms daily. Come back each day as we weave our way through the alphabet and share our 110 years of knowledge with you.

J is Jog
Paper joggers are used to help eliminate static in your documents and to align your pages for punching, binding, cutting, mailing or shipping. When you jog your paper project, you ensure that all of your pages are perfectly aligned before you finish or cut them.

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Welcome to our #OKalphabetseries where we visit paper and printing terms daily. Come back each day as we weave our way through the alphabet and share our 110 years of knowledge with you.

I is International Standard (ISO 216)
While we have our own standard letter and envelope sizes in the United States, internationally, the ISO 216 is the International Standard. It is the metric format that has been adopted by all countries in the world, except the United States and Canada. Although Mexico and the Philippines have officially adopted the ISO 216 standard, our "letter" format is still common. ISO is the abbreviation for “International Organization for Standards". This organization develops and publishes standards for a variety of technical applications, including paper. You may need to know the international standards when you work on a print or design project that will mail or be utilized “across the pond”.  You can find a listing of common metric sizes for paper and envelopes here.

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