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>I might be really behind the times, but I just found out today that what >was called Photo Paper is now called Glossy Photo Paper ((S041141). I >hope it's the exact same thing, since yesterday I printed HALF of a >little portfolio on the photo paper and need to finish! > >Barbara White It's not the same paper, although it has the same part number as Photo Paper. The Glossy Photo Paper has a different finish and, more importantly, is less fade proof. It's the same paper used in the Epson Greeting Card stock. Images I've printed on that paper using dye based inks, have faded in a relatively short time (in ozone rich climates - coastal Florida - the cyan vanishes in a couple of months unless framed under glass). The original Photo Paper has a more textured surface, which some people have complained is un photographic. I've never minded it, and have had good longevity with dye based inks on that stock. william - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.