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If you've ever taped drywall in a home with 9-foot-high ceilings, you know what a nuisance it can be to hide the extra seam created by the 1-foot-wide filler strip. The problem isn't so much the extra taping; it's the fact that the narrow strip usually places a tapered edge next to a butt edge, which is one of the hardest seams to tape. But Gyproc 54-inch Wide Gypsum Board lets you finish 9-foot walls without the filler. The only difference between this and ordinary 4x8 drywall is that it's bigger — 54 inches wide and 12 feet long (which, of course, makes it heavier). It's manufactured with the same papers and core materials used in