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    So, yesterday I was finalizing a bid proposal package and doing some isometric sizing sketches that the city needs for plan check and all I had was a 6x6 isometric sketch pad that one of my local supply houses gives away. So I went and checked out staples...no dice...then I did a google search and found this site:

    www.printfreegraphpaper.com

    it allows you to custom make just about any size, any type of graph paper that you may want. Made my life easier...and it was free.

    Hope someone else can benefit from this site.

    Greg

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    Very cool! (showing my geekish side)

    Thanks Greg!

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      I try to go with 24X36 or 30X48 drafting paper sold at most office supply and use my 30-60-90.A lot of times I can fit all three systems plus the Water Heater Diagram and Service Riser.

      Good luck bidding.

      How much are they paying you to draw for the winning bidder?

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        I usually use the Little plastic thingy ...lol ...I Keep photocopying the first sheet I got when i need some ...:-)

        Dave

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          There are a number of graph paper templates for Excel on the Microsoft Office
          website. Do a template search, they call it "Triangular Graph Paper"

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            Fookin' sweet! Thank you for that!

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