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    Is this correct: Please print the labels with green paper. VS Please print the lab

    Is this correct:

    Please print the labels with green paper.

    VS

    Please print the labels on green paper.

    Are both okay?

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    Re: Is this correct: Please print the labels with green paper. VS Please print the

    No. Use 'on'.

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    Re: Is this correct: Please print the labels with green paper. VS Please print the

    Can I use "in" here?

    Am I correct? Not a teacher.

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    Re: Is this correct: Please print the labels with green paper. VS Please print the

    No.

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    Re: Is this correct: Please print the labels with green paper. VS Please print the

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    My reason is he print the labels using the green paper.
    "IN" here can be meant "use"

    Am I wrong, not a teacher.

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    Re: Is this correct: Please print the labels with green paper. VS Please print the

    You are wrong.

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    Re: Is this correct: Please print the labels with green paper. VS Please print the

    You write on a paper.
    You print on a paper.
    You write in ink on a paper
    You print using/with ink and paper.

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    Re: Is this correct: Please print the labels with green paper. VS Please print the

    We print on paper, card, envelopes, notepads etc.

    Tedmc, note that we do not write/print "on a paper". It's uncountable. You could use "on a piece of paper".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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