- Patterned paper used in conjunction with a digital pen to create handwritten digital documents.
(2) A variety of coated and uncoated papers specialized for computer printers.
(3) (DigitalPaper) A line of document collaboration software from ePlus inc., Herndon, VA (www.eplus.com). Specializing in fast access and distribution of engineering drawings, blueprints and technical manuals to users, the DigitalPaper products offer numerous features, including converting high-resolution images to GIFs for collaborative viewing over the Web. A variety of CAD and other image formats are supported. DigitalPaper was developed by Digital Paper Corporation, which was acquired by ePlus in 2003.
(4) (DigitalPaper) The file format generated by the Common Ground document exchange software. See Common Ground.