Continuous Forms Glossary Term
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Continuous Forms
A series of connected forms with holes punched on the left and right sides that allows the paper to be fed continuously through a pinfed printing device. There is a perforation between forms to allow the user to tear them apart. The forms are fanfolded into a stack, at the perforation, when they are manufactured.
Continuous Forms

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