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Paperkit Web App Lets You Make Custom Graph Paper for Your Specific Needs

Can’t find a suitable graph paper for your specific need? Why not make it online and download it free to print out? With Paperkit online tool, you can generate exact graph paper for your needs and download it as PDF document.

Paperkit is a new web app that provides full control over spacing between grid lines, margin size, stroke color and width. A live preview will help you evaluate your design.

Use the toolbar to make changes to your design. This app provides four paper formats: A4, A3, legal and letter. You can use units that you are comfortable with (millimeters or inches).

Once completing your design, you can download the graph paper as a printable PDF file. When clicking the download button, it will open in a new window. Here you can immediately print it or save it by clicking the right button.


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