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Your Complete Guide to A4 Paper Size For Printing

Confused about paper sizes for your next print project? Not to worry, we've compiled this handy guide to give you the low-down on everything you need to know about A4, the most commonly used paper size worldwide.


What is A4 size commonly used for?

In the UK, A4 is the standard size of photocopier and printer paper. It's commonly used for letterheads, leaflets, questionnaires, reports, brochures and booklets.


What is A4 size in cm?

The dimensions of A4 paper in centimetres is 21 x 29.7cm


What is A4 size in mm?

The dimensions of A4 paper in millimetres is 210 x 297mm


What is A4 size in inches?

The dimensions of A4 paper in inches is 8.3 x 11.7"


What is A4 size in pixels?

If you're creating artwork for a leaflet, flyer, menu or indeed anything that will be printed, you should always create it at 300dpi. This will ensure your design reproduces correctly without any visible pixilation. At 300dpi, A4 artwork (without bleed) should be 2480 x 3508 pixels.


What is the size of A4 with bleed?

Most commercial printing companies request that 3mm bleed is added around each edge of your artwork. Therefore A4 size with bleed is generally 21.6 x 3.03cm / 216 x 303mm / 8.5 x 11.9"


What size is A4 plus bleed in pixels?

At 300dpi and with a 3mm bleed, you should create your A4 artwork at 2551 x 3579 pixels.


What size is bigger than A4?

The next size up from A4 is A3. A3 is twice the size of an A4 sheet and is commonly used for posters, menus and placemats. A3 measures 29.7 x 42cm / 297 x 420mm / 11.7 x 16.5"


What size is smaller than A4?

The next size down from A4 is A5. A5 is half the size of an A4 sheet and is the most commonly used size for flyers and leaflets. A5 measures 14.8 x 2.10cm / 148 x 210mm / 5.8 x 8.3"