I've been Googling for awhile and it's hard to find NCR carbonless paper in my neighborhood. I'm looking for NCR paper 8.5"x11", xero/form II uncollated paper 2 part white NCR0481 or similiar. (Some dude on Amazon.com has it.) Last I checked, Staples doesn't have it. Called customer service at Office Depot and she says "What's NCR carbonless paper?" In case:
Clippings fromsept 1999 " Appleton Papers is the world's largest producer of carbonless paper and the sole producer of the NCR Paper* brand of carbonless paper.
The company sells its carbonless paper products directly to converters and business forms printers who print carbonless forms and to paper merchants who stock and sell carbonless paper to printers.
Appleton Papers chief executive officer Doug Buth said declining demand for carbonless paper has created excess capacity worldwide and prompted the company to sell the Harrisburg facility. ``The market will not support the amount of production capacity available now or in the future,'' said Buth. "
Gee...sounds like the end of carbonless paper. But there's still those credit card receipts!
Patent number 4675706 Filed May 7, 1986 Appleton
Huh... probably expired. Nice timing.... Patent applied 1986, plant sold ~1999, patent expires ~2006.
D from BC British Columbia Canada.