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Office Depot® Brand Professional Steno Book, 6" x 9", Quad Ruled, 200 Pages (100 Sheets), Black/Gray
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Office Depot® Brand Professional Steno Book, 6" x 9", Quad Ruled, 200 Pages (100 Sheets), Black/Gray

Item # 634322 OfficeMax # 24816399
Steno notebook lets you record notes and conversations
  • 15-lb paper is ideal for everyday use.
  • Acid-free paper won't fade over time.
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Steno notebook lets you record notes and conversations
  • 15-lb paper is ideal for everyday use. 
  • Acid-free paper won't fade over time. 
  • Perforated sheets help make sheet removal clean and easy. 
  • Chipboard backer is rigid to offer support while you write. 
  • Wire binding on top offers convenient use by both right- and left-handed writers. 

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Item # 634322 
Manufacturer # 99524  
number of pages per pad 200
number of holes punched 0
paper ruling quadrille
total recycled content 0%
brand name Office Depot
distributor Swinton Avenue Trading Ltd., Inc.
double-sided printing yes
number of columns 0
number of sheets per pad 100
paper sheet size 6" x 9"

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Rated 3.5 out of 5�by 2 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5�by Product somewhat shopworn There were only two books in stock and both were looking a bit shopworn--their top covers were bent. I attempted to get a discount but was not successful. I like the fact that each page is perforated so I can avoid the need to use a scissor to even out the tops after a page is torn from the book. I think that the paper is a bit on the thin side; I would have liked a thicker sheet. I do like anything quad ruled so I purchased this but it was far from the best purchase ever. February 16, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5�by Great Pads Great, nice pads, just a bit pricey. June 15, 2013
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