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Composition Notebook, College Ruled, Black, 9-3/4" x 7-1/2", Each (40451M-CC)

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Item #: 901-919350Q
  Model #: 40451B-US
Brand: Staples
Composition Notebook, College Ruled, Black, 9-3/4 x 7-1/2, Each (40451M-CC)
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Description
Take notes in class or collect ideas in this Staples black college-rule composition notebook. Prepare for high school or college courses with this Staples composition notebook. The college-rule sheets provide ample room for filling in notes and figures, while the edge binding keeps all your information compiled together. A front label lets you add subject information, so you can easily find the right notebook for each class. Featuring a 15-pound paper weight, the pages in this Staples composition notebook are durable enough to resist ink bleed-through.
  • Composition book is great for permanent note-taking in class or at home
  • This 9.75" x 7.5" notebook has 80 sheets
  • College-ruled for efficient use of space
  • Comes in black color for a professional look
  • Case-bound construction is resilient
  • Staples brand 100% satisfaction guaranteed
Specifications
Spiral Bound : Yes Notebook Type : Subject Notebooks Notebook Pack Size : Each Acid Free : Non Acid Free
Hole Punched : Yes Perforation : Perforated Notebook Binding : Spiral Notebook Cover Material : Polypropylene
Number of Subjects : 1 Number Sheets Per Pad : 100 Rule Type : College Color Family : Red
Sheet Dimension : 8.5" x 11" True Color : Red Series or Collection : Accel Weight : 1.00 lbs. per Each
Brand : Staples Customizable : No
Weight : 1.00 lbs. per Each

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