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TOPS® Phone Message Book, Ruled, 2-Part, White/Canary, 11" x 5 1/2", 1/Ea (4002)

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Item #: 901-745042
  Model #: 4002
Brand: Cardinal
TOPS® Phone Message Book, Ruled, 2-Part, White/Canary, 11 x 5 1/2, 1/Ea (4002)
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Description
The TOPS® 4002 phone message book features ruled, white/canary sheets of size 8.25" x 11" for taking down names and phone numbers. The 200 forms book has 4 forms in each page for keeping more contacts securely. This message features book coil-locked wire binding and vinyl coated construction for added durability. The spiral binding aids to keep the book flat when open for quick and easy note-taking. Message stop card of message book prevents write-through.
  • Ruled sheets are great for organizing notes
  • Sheets are spiral bound to secure all the sheets together
  • Dimensions: 5.5"W x 11"L x 0.38"H
  • Forms per page: 4
  • Form ink color: Blue
  • Detached form size: 5" x 2.75"
  • Paperweight: 15 lbs.
  • Language: English only
  • Carbonless copies remain in the book as a permanent record
  • Ruled on the reverse side for more note space, coil-locked wire binding, vinyl coated
  • Prevent write-through by using stop card, date register on front cover, area codes on inside front cover
  • Meets SFI certification
  • 50 sheets
  • Spiralbound book provides a permanent record of every call received or long-distance call made
  • 2-part carbonless (white, canary paper sequence)
  • SFI Certified Sourcing
  • Made in the USA
  • 4 BX/CT
Specifications
Brand : Cardinal
Weight : 0.60 lbs. per Each

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