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Old 01-07-2019, 02:02 PM   #20
Solitaire1
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Originally Posted by Rbneader View Post
Have you thought about a disc-bound notebook? Most of the office supply stores sell them now. Solid discs with a lip for binding fits perfectly into paper punched with the right shape. Easy to move the pages around, but a regular notebook size instead of a binder. https://www.staples.com/arc+discboun...bound+notebook shows some examples, just to show what I'm talking about.
I hadn't considered it because of the size, I'm looking for something smaller than the standard 8 1/2" by 11". I took a look and what I saw looked interesting and I might consider it, although if I go with the letter-size paper size I might just go a standard three-ring binder. The advantage of that is that with my computer I can design my own forms for the binder rather relying on pre-created forms.

I just purchased some spiral pads (6" by 9" with spiral binding at the top [like a steno pad except no vertical line in the middle of the page] with microperforated pages) that might serve my needs, at least for taking notes. I prefer the spiral binding at the top since I can use the entire width of the page for writing.
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