Old Page formats are back!

I noticed this on the Levenger website today-- they are doing limited runs of discontinued page layouts in Circa, 3-hole punched and unpunched formats. Sizes include compact and PDA.

Customers have urged us to bring back some of their favorite page layouts in Circa, three-ring and unpunched formats. The result is By Special Request™ —100 sheets of thick, durable paper featuring dozens of popular organization formats in a variety of sizes, including compact and PDA. We print these small quantities on demand, so please allow up to 2-3 weeks for delivery.

See this link.

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You can find them...

under "Circa Refills"
But they ain't cheap, even for Levenger's

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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson) ***

Man, you got that right,

Man, you got that right, Ygor!! I posted over a year ago about Levenger dropping all PDA notepad card refills, leaving me stranded with these Leather PDA Circa covers. Then you got 300 punched vertical 3x5 cards for $28 but often on sale for $15. Now they want $11 for 100 cards?!?!

I just print my own on card stock, 4 to a page, with my own custom lines. It's a lot cheaper that way! (I have an old Levenger PDA 3-hole card punch and a Rollabind letter-size punch). Levenger didn't even have to price me out of their market... they just discontinued all the products I was using of theirs. And I was a pretty decent-sized customer for a number of years, too.

Thanks!

Jim

Do you know about the 5-card layout ?

Two columns:
Three landscape in one column and two portrait in the other.

Ups your output by 25%
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson) ***

Is this for cutting only, or can you print this way too?

I've cut index cards this way, no problem, but I'm wondering about printing to it. It would be SO much easier than feeding cards in to the printer one by one.

Of course the landscape cards are easy, but what about the portrait? (Or vice versa, as I actually prefer portrait index cards) Is MS Word not the right tool?