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Old 13th April 2019, 06:17 AM
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Unhappy Legal sized paper

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Originally Posted by BusyBC57 View Post
We live in Koronadal and nobody sells 8.5x14, though they call it legal size they only sell 8.5x13, also referred to as legal size. We went to any place that sold paper and file folders and they were all the same, no 8.5x14. I also found out while searching for this online that the Philippine national size is 8.5x13, go figure.
I went through that also in my Province but... If you have a large mall with a school supply spot or check for any Universities in your area the book stores or supply stores surrounding the University will sell this paper, believe me, I had a hard time also and I live on Luzon.

I did a quick search and found Notre Dame of Marbel University so maybe the school supply stores in and around this University will have the correct size. https://www.google.com/maps/place/No...!4d124.8412564
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