Manuscript books are grandly named but in reality, they are glorified ‘jotters’, something to note, record your messages throughout the day, record minutes or doodle in. Used properly though, they can keep all your thoughts, messages and actions in one place to review and action without having to sift through post-it notes and scraps of paper that can litter your desk.
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Manuscript Books Category Guide
The ‘Rolls Royce’ of manuscript books is undoubtedly the Black and Red range from Hamelin. Really well made in A4, A5, or A6 with a ribbon to mark your page and well constructed being casebound and using 90gsm paper.
Things to consider when buying a Manuscript Book
Casebound - Bound like a normal book with rigid covers and a rigid spine that is bound to the covers.
Wirebound – Bound using a wire binding comb. The benefit being that the book will always lie flat on a desk or table and it can also be folded back on itself.
Plain – As the name suggests, there’s no lines on the paper.
Ruled – Ruled lines are on each page to aid note taking.
Quadrille – Graph paper lines (usually 5mm) are on the paper to aid drawing and diagrams.
Size – Usually available in A4, A5 and A6.
Cover – Available with waterproof polypropylene or rigid board covers.