I am trying to find the right paper size for personal notebook I am making and though I know ISO sizes I want, I need to hold them to be sure. The best way is to find chart that is print-friendly and print it, cut the sizes I want (A5, A6, C5, C6, B5, B6) and see how they feel in hand. They all can be fit inside A4 sheet which I have plenty of in my printer. Here's the kind of thing I am looking for but at least in 150 DPI and will appreciate if someone can point me in the right direction:

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    I assume that you have run web searches, and either came up blank so far, or what you have found didn't satisfy your needs. This could help others to suggest better results or search approaches. Commented Nov 7, 2015 at 11:15
  • Yes. I can't find other standards like B and C that would fir into printable A4 sheet. I need B5, B6, C5 and C6 charts inside A4 paper.
    – Boris_yo
    Commented Nov 7, 2015 at 12:11
  • Do you plan on having anything printed in this notebook, or will they be blank pages?
    – Dre
    Commented Nov 7, 2015 at 22:24
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    I Don't understand your question. But here's the website with all the paper sizes: papersizes.org If you want a printable chart at 150ppi, simply draw it yourself with InDesign or Illustrator. I really don't understand why you need a chart at 150ppi while you can simply use a ruler and exacto, and cut your paper for your tests. If you want a LOT of other paper with a size that isn't available in offices stores, again you can ask a printer and have the paper trimmed to the size you want and in large quantities.
    – go-junta
    Commented Nov 8, 2015 at 8:34
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    All the print charts are available online. You can use any design design software, there's free ones too similar to Indesign and Illustrator Inkscape, Scribus). You can maybe look at stock pictures sites or ask your book store to order charts, they might have a catalog. But not sure you're at the right place to ask where to buy charts.
    – go-junta
    Commented Nov 8, 2015 at 20:54

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For A sizes you can just fold an A4 sheet in half to get A5 etc.

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