Multi-level graph paper is useful for many graphing applications. By emphasizing some of the lines, say every tenth line, it is easier to keep track of where you are on the graph.
Here is the fine line paper —
Use color for emphasis to create a grid with finer lines for more precise plotting. To transform a grid to a fine line grid —
Change the color of every line
Switch every line to the finest weight
To start, create a new paper with a 3-level divided grid. By default, each line is assigned the same color. However, just adjusting line weight adds emphasis to grid levels as shown in the screenshots below --
Major Grid - heavy line weight
Minor Grid - medium line weight
Subdivision - light line weight
2 open Palette on the toolbar on the right side. Scroll to one of the single color palettes. We'll use “Green” for this example. Notice that the colors of the grid lines instantly update — but a bit more work is needed to get it right.
Finally, adjust the color and line weight of each grid level —
Subdivision Already set to the finest line weight, just update to the palest green.
Minor Grid Set to the thinnest line weight and the not-quite-so-pale green.
Major Grid Set to the thinnest line weight and a darker green.
Now that the paper is set up to use color for line emphasis, it's easy to see how it looks in other colors by simply switching the Palette to a different color —