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Hi :)
I thought the whole point of tabloid paper was that it was the cheapest 
around and thus the publishers could print more runs more often and even charge less but still make 
a decent profit.  Surely the famous 
"stack'em high, sell'em cheap" comes from the ability of tabloids to 
undercut the more serious newspapers.  Everything else is better 
quality, even toilet paper (actually my granny could sometimes make the 
sunday papers last all week this way).  The sheets were so porous that 
they were also a firm favourite for wrapping fish&chips in for the 
walk back from the chippie (preferably not the same bit of paper as was 
used for the other use).  Then that was banned because the print was smudge off the page and while 
that added to the flavour (again the 2nd use rather than the 1st) is was discovered to be a little 
bit toxic.  So i thought we were trying to put the tabloid paper behind us and upgrade.  

It's interesting to hear that tabloid paper is now considered more official and desirable for 
printing news!  
Regards from 
Tom :)

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One reason I did not test it on my tabloid paper, was the price of the
paper itself.  It is hard to find it locally, so I usually have to order
it online.  I can never find the 13x19 inch paper, so it is also an
online purchase.  Shipping costs or paper can be expensive, 

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