It appears the popularity of the Internet isn't bringing us any closer to the "paperless office" concept, indicate two new Internet Printing Index (IPI) surveys recently commissioned by Hewlett-Packard Co. In the first survey, conducted in March, working professionals who were regular users of online information said they printed an average of 28 pages per workday -- for their files or to share with other employees. By August, when the second survey was conducted, that daily average had climbed to 33. Fifty-six percent of respondents said they print at least 10 pages daily. Types of Internet information most often printed: research/reference materials, 78%; product information, 63%; maps/directions, 46%; company/vendor home pages, 45%; and photos, 33%. Hewlett-Packard's IPI surveys, conducted by e-research company MarketTools, will be done on a quarterly basis. These first two helped establish a benchmark from which to track changes.