Continuous paper is commonly used in offices, companies and industries since its yield is quite high, and allows you to print many copies at low cost.
To print on this particular type of paper you need a printer capable of performing this function; the paper is loaded in a particular drawer of the printer, where there is a side lever. If there are perforated strips in the stack, the printer may request that they be torn off before loading.
Continuous paper is usually made of white cellulose, but you can also find it in various shades (for example light gray) or versions with alternating colored strips that greatly improve the readability of tables and bulleted lists. In addition to the classic A4 sheets, there are also types of continuous paper of different sizes; furthermore, modules for continuous printing of labels are available.