Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Tabbed Textbook Pages

Find what you need in your textbook without fumbling.
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Put rigid plastic tabs in textbooks (Or recessed finger-holes, such as used in dictionaries) to mark different sections of the book, such as chapters, the index, glossary, etc.
BinaryCookies, Aug 29 2002


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       I've seen both things done in reference tomes. Trying to decide if that makes this a me-too.
DrCurry, Aug 29 2002
  

       To my mind, it does.
angel, Aug 30 2002
  

       Wouldn't using some cheap post-it notes or those colorful plastic tab-things you can buy at your office supply store work just as well?
wan-fu, Aug 30 2002
  

       No because they would fall out...
RobertKidney, Aug 30 2002
  


 

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