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This version of the blank dot graph paper has slightly larger dots than the fine-resolution versions in the sets above. If you do not need quite as much precision as the dot papers above, or your eyesight just needs a break, give these printable PDFs a try...

Dot paper is very similar to graph paper. If you imagine a graph paper drawn instead with just a single dot placed at each intersection of the grid lines, you'll get dot paper. The larger dot paper on this page is actually great for playing the 'dots and boxes' game.

You can use dot paper when what you are trying to draw on the page may need more flexibility (or less clutter) than traditional graph paper provides. It's easy to setup a drawing with a coordinate plane of any size, plus leave additional space for a still semi-organized work by just drawing exactly what you need using the dots.

The dot paper on this page uses a larger dot that is easier to see, but will be somewhat more visible in the drawings you make. You'll find printable dot paper with fine dots if you'd like a grid that is less visible on the printed page.