Computer Form 15" x 11" 1 ply
computer continuous form paper which consists of a single sheet or number of fan paper, normally perforated at regular intervals so that sheets can be easily separated. Most continuous-form paper has holes punched along each side so that the paper can be pulled through the dot matrix printer by a tractor-feed mechanism.
Continuous form paper is paper which is designed for use with dot-matrix printers and line printers. Other names for continuous stationery include fan-fold paper, sprocket feed paper, burst paper, tractor-feed paper, and pin feed paper. It can be single ply (usually woodfree uncoated paper) or multi ply (either with carbon paper between the paper layers, or multiple layers of carbonless copy paper).