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Desktop Address Book
By Donna Faith
from San Diego CA.
About Me Value Oriented
Comments about Desktop Address Book:
The new addition to an address book, is an area to add email and cell info. this is a plus. The idea you can add and pull out information that is no longer useful is great. Every year I have to rewrite my address book. With the refills I will not run out of pages. But the book is much smaller than I anticipated and will be harder for me to write in. Might run out of space with a long name address or email. Like the concept.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
from Bessemer Akabama
About Me Quality Oriented
I bought one of these and they are too small. When you start to add the leaves ti the book it gets off center at mire than half full and won't shut properly.Then you run out of the leaves so you can't finish what you started.For me it us a waste of money and I will never recommend it to anyone.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Altoona, Pa.
Very useful for my addresses.
By Runs Like a Wind
This is a good way to keep track of family & friendsaddress's for mailing Xmas cards & birthday cards.
Address pages should be computor friendn
from South Lake Tahoe, CA
About Me Budget Shopper
Should be computor capable for typing address cards,
from Edmonton, Alberta Canada
It's easy to change name/address cards.
(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
GREAT IDEA! INADEQUATE EXECUTION.
from FREWSBURG, NY
IF JUST ALL THE ENCLOSED DIVIDERS AND ADDRESS REFILLS ARE INSTALLED, THE BINDER RINGS ARE OVERFILLED AND WILL POP OPEN WITHOUT WARNING, DUMPING THE ENTIRE CONTENTS ON THE FLOOR. ADDING MORE REFILLS WILL MAKE IT IMPOSSIBLE TO CLOSE THE BINDER RINGS.SOLUTION IS TO INCREASE THE SIZE OF THE BINDER RINGS UNTIL THE PROBLEM STOPS.PRODUCT R&D: 3 HOURS, TOPS!