This paper is similar to lined stock you would get in a notebook or use at school.
It was simply created in a pdf document so you can print it on normal computer paper.
” I have something so much better, at least in my humble opinion.
Marks (@HCMarks) on Twitter asked “do you know of any stencils with which to draw ruled lines in blank notebooks?
Freakishly is a term I heard from a lady commenting on my writing.
My teacher in 5th grade explained to me to write with my arm and not wrist.This paper is ideal for practicing individual alphabet letters, numerals, and punctuation characters.Each letter, number or character is written within a character spacer line.you can slowly move the colored paper down as you write more lines making sure your colored paper is perpendicular and you are moving down approximately the same amount each time you start a new line. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?meaning keep your wrist straight, do not bend it when writing. I would suggest buying a colored A4(or whatever size you need) paper to use as guides instead of using a ruler like you tried.By making the colored paper perpendicular to your working paper you can use a replace guide/mask to the lower limit of your line.If you put that underneath your plain paper the lines should show through.Since 5th grade I have been able to freakishly write cursive in a straight line on plain paper.If the paper on which you need to write is thick or printed-on like a birthday card, this probably won't work, but it'll do well for most normal paper.Here's a sample page: You could get a ruler or yard stick (depending on what size your project is) and tape it's sides down.