Pattern consists of microscopic dots which are printed on standard (regular) paper and appear as a light gray background on digital paper.
Unique pattern means that the pattern is different on each sheet, which ensures that the appropriate handwritten information correlates to the correct form instance.
The current pattern design scheme can create 70+ trillion unique sheets of pattern. If every form generated today was printed with pattern there would be enough sheets of pattern for over 15 years.
Special paper is not required. Pattern can be printed on a wide range of papers, labels and other substances. Most documents are printed on standard white 20# paper that most photocopiers and laser printers use today. ExpeData has tested and continues to test a variety of paper types and media. We do not recommend glossy paper due to its reflectivity which could negatively impact the pen camera’s performance.
Yes, ExpeData supports all of these document, configuration and paper types. In practice, digital writing tends to negate the need for any multi-part documents given the extremely flexible nature of the system.
Every page is unique. Pages are linked together into multi-page forms and forms can be linked together into books.