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I have just spent far longer than was necessary trying to work out why a sheet of A4 cardstock would not fold neatly; not one piece of the pack had straight edges! It finally clicked with my one remaining working brain cell that the sheet was cut skewed but not by me! Now surely manufacturers have the latest cutting equipment? So why can't packs of card stock be cut properly? I don't expect to pay good money out for quality card stock then have to spend time trimming it straight. Has anyone else found this a problem?
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yes quite often,It's not out by much sometimes only a smidgen
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Yes I have, but only by a slight difference. It is annoying, as you say.
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Definitely had this problem with all sorts of sizes of card and paper, even packs of pre-folded cards - and the moral is, never assume the mis-match is your fault!!
Grant me patience Lord - please hurry!!
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