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Five Star® Fat Lil' Notebook, 4 1/8" x 5 1/2", 1 Subject, College Ruled, 200 Sheets
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Five Star® Fat Lil' Notebook, 4 1/8" x 5 1/2", 1 Subject, College Ruled, 200 Sheets

Item # 673293 OfficeMax # 06019649
Now in exclusive Office Depot styles and colors!
  • Printed pocket divider holds your loose papers.
  • Durable poly covers are built to last.
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Now in exclusive Office Depot styles and colors!
  • Printed pocket divider holds your loose papers. 
  • Durable poly covers are built to last. 
  • Perforated pages allow for easy tear-out. 

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Item # 673293 
Manufacturer # 45388  
sheet size 4 1/8 x 5 1/2
number of pages per book 400
subject count 1
cover color Black; Blue; Burgundy; Green; Gray
opening position right side
number of holes punched 0
paper ruling college
paper color White
paper weight 15 lb
chipboard backing 24 pt
quantity 1
brand name Five Star
manufacturer MeadWestvaco
paper sheet size 4 1/8" x 5 1/2"

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Five Star� Fat Lil' Notebook, 4 1/8 x 5 1/2, 1 Subject, College Ruled, 200 Sheets 5 5 2 2
Great This is just the perfect size. Not too small, but not too big. I know Mead is not the cheapest, but their quality is always the same. The pages tear out easy and does not rip. Cannot say the same for the more economically priced notebooks! July 1, 2014
AWESOME LITTLE BOOK I use these books all the time. With all the log-in's we now have, plus the passwords that each require a different format, it is impossible to remember all of them. This little notebook sits close by me where I can get access to everything. HINT: I've also devised a way to throw anyone off should an unauthorized person try to get access to my data. Should the book should get into the wrong hands, I use a code when I record the password. Simplified, every password is off by one or more digits or letters. EX: A capital letter in the written password is not capitalized in the actual password, but the letter one or two spaces to the right is and is entered in the book as lower case. It is also off by one or more letters (up or down by x amount) and any number following is up or down by x amount and is followed by the uppercase symbol of the number next to it - right or left) with that symbol not shown in the book. My book of passwords is of little value to anyone but me. This is also the perfect "small project book" It easily fits in my purse, comes in different colors so can be identified, sits comfortably next to my computer, and has lots of pages to help me keep track of everything. April 17, 2014
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