Printable Paper: Free Paper Templates

Kaly (Arslan Esengulov) 25-04-2008

Even though we are growing more comfortable taking and saving notes in the browser or on our smartphone, there are still things that we have to write on hard paper – school notes, music notes, grades, lesson plans etc. However, you don’t have to go out and buy a full notebook just to take notes on few sheets of paper. Enter Printable Paper.


It provides you with hundreds of free paper templates that can be downloaded and printed for free. Templates include: graph paper, lined paper, financial paper, music paper, dot paper, etc. There are 10 paper types with each type available in several formats. In total they have over 1100 printable paper templates so you are likely to find the template that fits your needs. All templates are available in PDF format and can be previewed online.

Printable Paper Templates

To download a template, click on the template and click on the “Download for Free (PDF format)” button to download the PDF version of the template. If you need to edit the template you will have to shell out $4 to download the editable Microsoft Word format of the document.



  • Download and print the paper type you need
  • Over 1100 free templates available
  • Search papers or browse by category (music papers, notes, printable list, score sheets, comics pages, legal papers etc)
  • Additional templates: fax cover sheets, business cards, stationery and cash receipts.
  • If you’re looking for some other useful printable stuff then also check out this post.
  • Templates are free to preview and download in PDF format
  • Costs $4 per template to be able edit the template in Microsoft Word format of the document

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