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Re: unbound address books
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- Subject: Re: unbound address books
- From: Don Hosek <dhosek@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 29 Dec 1998 09:40:16 -0600
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At 08:21 AM 12/29/1998 -0400, Jane wrote:
>I would try a stationery store that carries refills for daytimers.
>Daytimers come in various sizes and refills are a must for many. Maybe
>Office Max or one of the office super stores.
I don't think that was what Monique was looking for; I got the sense that
she wanted to make a hand-bound address book. THe daytimer refill would
only work if she was going to do a Japanese-style stab binding.
>--On SatTu, Dec42622199897 10:27 PM +0000 "Monique Lallier"
>> Is there somebody on the list that can tell me where I can find in the US
>> address books unbound, unsewn or sewn, of different sizes.
>> Thanks in advance for your help.
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