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I know this paper is 'standard' in Germany and Austria. Do other countries use it? It would be helpful for the 'How to make a  Bar Graph' class I am taking, but other than that I really don't like it.  

 

 

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In the UK it is normal to write on lines, and as you say, draw graphs and charts on squares.

 

When we go back I stock up. It seems expensive here and the pads are thinner. 

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2 hours ago, kiplette said:

When we go back I stock up. It seems expensive here and the pads are thinner. 

 But apparently the new ultra thin Tenna pads soak up more Pee!!!  :o 

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10 hours ago, kiplette said:

In the UK it is normal to write on lines, and as you say, draw graphs and charts on squares. When we go back I stock up. It seems expensive here and the pads are thinner. 

Just buy online - saves lugging stuff back on your journey. ;)

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On 10/8/2020, 7:12:20, lunaCH said:

Just buy online - saves lugging stuff back on your journey. ;)

 

Until maybe Jan 1st, and then the online order import charges UK > Germany may warrant smuggling a few kgs of lined paper contraband in your suitcase ;-)

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8 hours ago, paulwork said:

Until maybe Jan 1st, and then the online order import charges UK > Germany may warrant smuggling a few kgs of lined paper contraband in your suitcase ;-)

Lovely.

Well, it's going to be interesting what customs arrangements are going to be in place. I'd expect though large companies to be on the ball. Amazon for example should deal with it themselves for the customer - they already do for goods which enter a different customers area - under their global option - they bring the stuff into the country and then it's labelled up as an 'inland' Sendung and sent on with all formalities dealt with and no further charges due. 

Low value consignments are generally subject to tax relief in any case. 

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