Paper size converter

This online paper size converter allows users to convert between various paper formats and sizes.
Find out paper size in mm, points, inches and pixels.

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FAQs for Paper size converter

What is a Paper size converter?
A paper size converter is a tool or software that allows users to convert documents or images from one paper size format to another, facilitating compatibility and printing adjustments.
How is paper size calculated?
It is based on the German DIN 476 standard for paper sizes. Each ISO paper size is one half of the area of the next larger size in the same series. ISO paper sizes are all based on a single aspect ratio of the square root of 2, or approximately 1:1.41421.
Is A B4 bigger than A4?
The B paper sizes are a bit larger than their A series counterparts and are based on the geometric mean of two consecutive A series sheets. For example, B4 is between A3 and A4 in size, and B5 is between A4 and A5. The C series was introduced to provide an envelope with enough space for an A series sheet.
What is B4 paper size?
A B4 piece of paper measures 250 × 353 mm or 9.8 × 13.9 inches. Cutting it in half will create two B5 sheets of paper. B4 is part of the B series and is defined by the ISO 216 international paper size standard.
What is the smallest print size?
The larger the size of the paper, the smaller the number - A10 is the smallest and A0 size is the largest. 'A' sizes are commonly used across the globe and in 99% of our own printing.