Sources of paper for 3.75 x 6.75???

I couldn't fathom carrying around a bulky 5.5 x 8.5 binder again and chose a Filofax binder for 3.75 x 6.75 pages. I'd like to print my own pages instead of using what Filofax makes available, but I'd prefer not to have to cut it myself. I've found suitable paper at Allpro, but at $19.95 for 400 planner pages it seems a bit pricey (plus it's not compatible with the templates on this site, which I might want to use). I've also found, which will perforate paper to my specifications (though I'd have to punch my own holes). I can get 500 sheets -- enough for 1000 planner pages -- for $40.84; alternatively, I can do it on legal paper and get 2000 planner pages for $44.84, though I'd have to make my own templates. If I could also have holes drilled for that price, saving me the cost of a decent hole punch, it would be a no-brainer. However, as far as I can tell they don't drill holes at all.

Anybody have experience with these (or other similar) papers? What do you think of the price? It's probably better to cut and punch the paper myself, eh? And I suppose I should at least check with my local Kinko's....

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Cutting down paper

Your local FedEx Kinko's can cut down to that size with no problem. The cutters can cut approx. 500 sheets of regular paper (250 Cardstock) at a time. The cost should be $1.49 per cut. I would suggest creating a template showing exactly how you want the paper cut so there is no misunderstanding.

If you run into any trouble with this I could do this for you and ship it to you via FedEx Ground. (Sorry for the shameless plug.)

Good Luck!