Color inkjets are extremely dependent on the paper for good
output. The expensive glossy coated inkjet papers will allow you
to produce near-photographic output, while plain uncoated paper
will often produce muddy colors and fuzzy details. Non-glossy
coated inkjet papers will produce results in between, and are
probably best for final prints of text, as well. Stiffer glossy
coated "photo" papers will produce similar output to
lighter-weight glossy papers, but will feel like a regular photo.