Hi Don mod podge works great for adding paper to wood. It even can be brushed off so only the ink remains. Here's what I did to make some Xmas ornaments. https://www.hometalk.com/33557500/barn-christmas-ornament-using-mod-podge-photo-transfer
Another vote for modge podge!
I've used Mod Podge.
If it is plain paper, then mod podge. If it is something with an adhesive on it, like wallpaper, use an adhesive formulated for that type of paper.
Are you talking about Decoupage or putting a photo print on wood?
I've always used Mod Podge...which is decoupage gel. You can make your own or purchase the brand name. https://www.hometalk.com/3635368/make-your-own-mod-podge-much-cheaper-for-decor-and-craft-projects
Here's the "How To" with Mod Podge onto wood:
Hello depending on the final result desired Iwould consider a glue stick, or Modpodge or-spray adhesive. Topcoat sealer might be necessary.
Hi Don, make sure your piece of wood is free of grime or any oily residue, and then use mod podge to glue the picture down.
Use Mod Podge
How is the piece of wood going to be used after the paper is glued on to it?