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Blueline AccountPro Record Book, 300 Pages, Black (A7963C.01)

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Item #: 901-A7963CBK
  Model #: A7963C01
Brand: Blueline
Blueline AccountPro Record Book, 300 Pages, Black (A7963C.01)
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Blueline® AccountPro™ Record Book, Black, Hard Cover, 10 1/2" x 8", 300 Numbered Pages (A7963C.01) Track essential accounting details and stay organized with the Blueline® AccountPro™ Record Book.
  • Book is perfect for accurate record and account keeping
  • Black hard cover with twin-wire binding
  • Includes 300 numbered pages with green and brown ruling
  • Numbered pages for quick, easy reference
  • Split, twin-wire binding with black hard cover
  • Acid-free, archival-safe paper
  • Index sheet and self adhesive tabs
  • Made with white, recycled paper
  • Green and brown ruling
  • 28 lines per page
  • Paper Size: 10 1/4" x 7 7/8"
  • 300 pages
  • Quality printing and construction
Record transactions, expenses, and income with this accounting and record book. Twin-wire binding keeps the numbered, ruled pages secure, and the black hard cover protects the contents. The recycled white paper is acid-free for convenient, long-term, archival use. The 300-page Blueline® AccountPro™ Series Record Book comes with an index sheet and self-adhesive stickers to easily label the spine and cover for quick identification.
Color Family : Brown Series or Collection : Account Pro True Color : Brown Accounting & Record Journal Pack Size : Each
Width in Inches : 7.69 Accounting & Record Journal Type : Record Books Number Sheets Per Pad : 300 Length in Inches : 10.25
Pack Qty : 1 Acid-Free Paper : Yes Recycled : Yes Brand : Blueline
Customizable : No
Weight : 1.80 lbs. per Each

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