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The only real difference between wide ruled notebook paper and college ruled paper is the height of the blue lines. In grammar and high school, students may only be allowed to use one or the other. Some schools and some teachers are very strict about their school supplies and will only allow a wide rule notebook, or only loose leaf college rule paper.
Outlines, which are required in most junior high and high school English courses at some point, has pro and con arguments associated with either type of paper. On the one hand, there is more room for a multi-topic outline on sheets of college rule notebook paper. However, since the point of an outline is to lay things out in a simple to read style, the taller lines of the wide rule sheets may make an outline look better and make it easier to read.