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Size of Long Bond Paper in Philippines?

Do you know the size of the long bond paper here in the Philippines? Probably no, isn't it? If you're not always working in an office and face with paper documents, you probably do not know the exact size of long bond paper.

What's the size of the long bond paper in the Philippines?

In the Philippines, the standard or legal size of long bond paper is 8.5" (inches) x 13" (inches).
  • 8.5 inches is the width
  • 13 inches is the height
Here's a layout (photo) of a long bond paper:

Long-bond paper in Philippines

This size is usually confused with the American legal-size bond paper which is 8.5" x 14". So, if you're a student, a teacher or an employee, be careful with setting-up the size of the bond paper especially when printing documents that occupy long-size bond paper.


Here are sample photos of a long-bond paper in the Philippines:

bond paper in Philippines

sample long bond paper pack in Philippines

The pack in the photo above contains 500 sheets of long-size bond paper. As you can see, the size which is 8½" x 13" is indicated. This size is considered legal size bond paper in the Philippines.
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2 wulf   (31 January 2017 6:36 PM)
I love the fact that there's a page that features all about Philippines' long bond paper. I love it.

1 Cutipie   (04 January 2017 9:07 PM)
Excuse me.i have a problem about the size of long bondpaper i have never find this size(8.5 by 11") in my word document as I saw there is just like A4 etc.what should I do