Well Structured. For Jotting down Information with an Overview.
Information of all kinds can be jotted down in a structured fashion in this notebook resembling in its appearance a cash account book. It’s good for logging the minutes of a meeting or notes on a conversation. Or for use at home to collect recipes. Or as a guest book. The blank version can be used for sketches. The book reminds of the days of handwritten commercial bookkeeping. The square format (28.5 x 24.5 cm) is extremely practical for extensive entries. Apart from the blank version, each page is marked off with a discrete red line, leaving a quarter of the page margin for corrections. In addition, the demarcation serves for structuring and reworking, for instance for jotting down the key aspects of a question. Lines and squares are drawn in a one-centimetre interval to provide room for all kinds of entries and make it easy to keep the overview. All three versions come with a pagination that helps to keep track of the noted information. And if you assemble a register with keywords and page references at the beginning or end of the book, you will have access to the contents you are looking for in one glance. In addition, with the bookmark, you can mark the relevant pages or the place where the book was last opened. A self-adhesive label is included if you want to label the notebook. The 2 mm thick cover made of Texon and the metal edging make the book nearly indestructible, frequent use and transport notwithstanding.