Print Your Own Paper!
Do you ever buy lined paper? Or graph paper? Or music notation paper? Or score sheets for popular games and sports? If so, you'll know just how expensive some of these custom papers can be. Especially the special ones designed for use in proprietary personal organizers.
So, how about printing your own? It might well be cheaper. It's almost certainly more fun, and it's definitely more flexible because you can print what you want when you want it.
If this is something you want to try, head over to www.printablepaper.net or http://incompetech.com/graphpaper. Both sites offer hundreds of papers, which you can download as PDF files to print on demand.
The only slight annoyance is that they each include their own site address as a watermark in every sheet you print. If this annoys you, note that the incompetch one is much less visible than the printablepaper version.
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Also, the freeware program Photoscape, besides being a very useful photo editor, has the option of printing (non-watermarked) lined paper, calendars, graph paper, and even sheet music.
I looked up Photoscape and it looks pretty good. But, allas... it only runs on Windows and I don't do Windows any more...
But, if you do... here's the link...