a form manufactured from a continuous web and not cut into units prior to execution. A continuous form may be carbon-interleaved or carbonless. It may be either fan folded (flat pack) or non-folded (roll).
a form produced on a continuous web press that does not cut the forms into individual units.
Paper forms used in printing which are folded at certain lengths. Letters, vouchers, invoices and cards can all be created using continuous forms.
Form manufactured from a continuous web, not slit into separate parts perpendicular to the web prior to its use.
In contrast to a cut sheet which is a loose sheet of paper, a continuous form is supplied and printed as a roll of paper (up to 24 inches in diameter) on a cardboard core or as a fan-folded stack of paper.
A type of printer paper that is often used for forms or in database environments. Holes punched along the edge allow the printer to advance the paper. It is perforated between sheets, and also along the edge. It is also called fanfold.