Donnayoung.org has graph paper. I will name the graph paper based on the number of squares in width and length, except for the tiny graph paper. If I have other details such as approximate square size, that will be made known to you but please keep in mind that your printed results might not be exactly the same.

- Set One - Basic Graph Papers
- Set Two - Graph papers with a darker line at either the 5th or the 10th cell
- Set Three - Graph papers marked at the 3rd cell - Includes a Square Foot Garden Plotted Graph
- Set Four - Centimeter Graph Paper - in 3 styles, each with 3 variations
- The Grid Note - List This is a generator. It will render your list on graph paper.

I recently inspected this set of graph paper files, printed them, and measured them. The sizes I have listed are approximate and based on two printer settings - "None" and "Fit to Paper".

**Basic information**: The files in this set are **black and white**. This set can be printed in the low quality mode of **draft**, even the lowest setting of draft on my printer worked. All of the papers shown in the image above were printed in the lowest quality setting of draft. If you do not set to draft, expect the lines to be black and possibly too dark.

**10x14**

Approximate Square Size

Printer settings: None: 3/4 inch

FTP: 11/16 inch

**20x26**

Approximate Square Size

Printer settings: None: 3/8 inch

FTP: 9mm

**30x40**

Approximate Square Size

Printer settings: None: 1/4 inch

FTP: 6mm

**36x48**

Approximate Square Size

Printer settings: None: 7/16 inch, FTP: 5mm

**45x60 **

Approximate Square Size

Printer settings: None: 1/6th *of an* inch,

FTP: 4mm

**Tiny**

Approximate Square Size

Printer settings: None: 11 squares < 1 inch or 13 sq = 3cm

FTP: 23 squares = 5 cm

Note: Draft mode is not recommended for Set 2. The setting "fit to paper" is optional.

Graph papers in set two have these features

- 3-colors - White, Gray, Black
- Graph lines are gray and the marking lines are black
- Marking graph lines occur at either every 5 squares or every 10 squares

**Marked at 5th Square**

30 x 40

40 x 55

45 x 65

**Wide Margin **

25 x 55 Right Margin

25 x 55 Left Margin

**Marked at 10th Square**

40 x 60

50 x 70

**Wide Margin**

30 x 60 Right Margin

30 x 60 Left Margin

Graph papers in set two have these features

- 3-colors - White, Gray, Black
- Graph lines are gray and the darker lines are black
- Darker graph lines occur at every 3 squares

The sizes, the first set of numbers tell how many squares wide by squares long.

The sizes in parenthesis tell how many groups of 3 wide by groups of 3 long.

- 33 x 42 - (11 x 14)
- 45 x 57 - (15 x 19)
- 66 x 87 - (22 x 29)
- 90 x 117 - (30 x 39)
- Special file - 11 x 13 - square foot garden pictured below

Three styles of the centimeter graph paper are shown in the image below.

**Centimeter Graph Paper****Divided Centimeter Graph Paper with mm tic-marks**- The centimeter cell is divided and the dividing line, which is at the 5mm mark, has mm hatch marks. The hatch marks are called Tic-Marks in the image**Centimeter Graph Paper with mm lines**- Centimeter graph paper that is divided with light gray millimeter lines. This paper has a light gray appearance when printed, see image below.

Furthermore, each style of centimeter graph paper has one of these features -

- No Numbers
- Numbered Lines
*(numbered lines are pictured in the image above)* - Numbered Cells

All styles feature a black line at the 5th centimeter in each direction. Each centimeter graph paper in this group has a 17cm x 24cm grid.

**Centimeter Graph Paper**

**Divided Centimeter Graph Paper with mm tic-marks**

**Centimeter Graph Paper with mm lines**

**The Gradated Graph Paper** (below) - I named the two graph papers gradated because the lines fade toward the intersections. I thought that it would be nice to have a graph paper with pale intersections. After test printing the files, I noticed that the pale intersections created an optional illusion of white diagonal lines.

I call these gradated because when I made them (there're only two) I faded the lines in the intersections. As a graph paper user, I really liked the effect, so here we are.

The squares are sized. True sized graphs are a bit difficult to achieve in the first place, and then .. the size of the squares could be thrown off by printer settings. So - while the graph papers say "quarter-inch" and "centimeter" that will only mean that they are close to those sizes.

DOC files will not always produce perfect squares.

Updated May 19, 2015 - DY

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