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who invented lined paper?
Weegy: I believe the use of ruled paper began when sheet music was first transcribed. Oldest known pieces date back to the 13th Century. The invention of 8.5-by-11 loose leaf paper also had a practical origin. [ Richard Prentice Ettinger in 1913 was working as a law clerk for Charles W. Gerstenberg when they wrote a book on corporate finance. They began publisher Prentice-Hall and published the finance book on credit. The tax laws changed so rapidly at that time, they were stuck with volumes on federal tax laws that were out of date almost as soon as they were printed. Ettinger cut the paper out of the bound book, replacing the few outdated pages, and drilled holes through the paper to place them into a three ring-binder. Ettinger created a loose leaf book that would not become obsolete. He later recalled, "The thing to do was to bring out a book that would not go out of date." Prentice-Hall then became an innovative and leading publisher of business and educational books. ] (More)
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