How to Print Out a 100-by-100 Grid

by Erin McManaway

Paper grids allow you to create graphs, maps and other organized charts on a printed page. Sometimes you need a grid that is a specific size, such as 100-by-100 squares. You can't customize normal graph paper to create a grid of the exact size you need. You can, however, create grids on your computer that you can print on your printer and use for your projects.

Grid Maker

Go to the Grid Maker website (see References). You will see a form that allows you to configure your grid.

Type "100x100" in the top text box.

Type a numeric value in the Cell Size and Line Width text boxes.

Place a mark next to the "Jpeg" option.

Place a mark next to the "Show" option.

Click "Submit" to see your new graph. You can click the "Back" button to go back and change any of your settings if your graph doesn't come out the way you like.

Click the "File" option from your browser's toolbar, then select "Print" to print your 100-by-100 grid.

Simple Grid Graph Paper PDF Generator

Go to the Simple Grid Graph Paper PDF Generator website (see References). You will see a form that allows you to configure your grid.

Type "100" in both Number of Squares text boxes.

Configure your graph document size, color and line thickness.

Click the "Download PDF" button and choose to save or open it on your computer. This will open in a PDF viewer.

Click the "File" option from your PDF viewer, then select "Print" to print your 100-by-100 grid.

Graph Paper Maker

Go to the Graph Paper Maker website to download and install the Graph Paper Maker program (see References).

Launch the program after it has installed on your computer, then click the "Next" button to begin creating your grid.

Click "Grid" from the options, then click "Next."

Type "100" for the width and height and click "Next."

Enable or disable the x and y axis, then click "Next" twice.

Configure the line width on your grid, then click "Next."

Copy the grid, then open a new document in a word processing program.

Right-click and choose "Paste" from the menu to paste your grid.

Click the "File" option, then select "Print" to print your 100-by-100 grid.

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About the Author

Erin McManaway holds a B.A. in professional writing from Francis Marion University, where she earned the Richard B. Larsen Memorial Award for Business and Technical Writing. She has worked in materials development, media and information technology in the nonprofit sector since 2006. McManaway has also been a writer and editor since 2008.

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