The golden rule of inkjet papers is to always leave your paper in the box it came in. Face up is always the printable side.
If you've broken the golden rule, then determining the printable side can be tricky. Here are some tips.
On single sided papers, one side of the paper has the raw fibres, and the other side is slightly smoother with a coating over the top of the fibres. It can be quite easy to see for some people but if you are having trouble determining the difference, here are some other ways to work it out:
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