08 August 2017

Free For All Tuesday - No. 340

So what questions or discussion points have you got for us today?

It doesn't matter if you are a beginner or a more experienced user of organisers, we want to hear your thoughts, questions, opinions etc.

Make today the one day you post a comment or a question.

It is Tuesday after all so fire away.

4 comments:

  1. Hi Steve, was wondering if you could help me out. In a thread in the facebook group you mentioned there was a Rhodia pad in A5+ size. The pages would then be A5 size after tearing off. I haven't been able however to find the A5+ size. Could you maybe post a link and tell us the number of this pad? Thanks, Micha

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    1. Sorry, I made a mistake, they do an A6+ and an A4+ No.s 14 and 19. They don't do an A5+ which is a pity!

      https://rhodiapads.com/sizing_chart_complete.php

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    2. OK, thanks for clarifying. Indeed, too bad there is no A5+ size. Maybe one day...

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  2. I use and carry my cover with pockets to many places because of the size and material. While standing I can quickly remove items from the pockets and the cover remains open. I prefer the secretarial pockets on the left side and card slots on the right. If I open the cover and do not use cards in a store nobody can view the cards. They are behind a bound notebook. If I require more space of writing I rely on an additional large binder or notebook.

    I assembled a bound notebook for my cover. I prefer a bound book with 60-80 sheets. I deconstructed two Moleskine pocket ones (32 grid sheets each) and collated the sheets of the two stacks of paper. Then I stapled the Kraft cover and the set of pages. The result is a bound notebook with 64 sheets. The cover is slightly shorter in width than the pages though.

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