• Spiral wire holds paper together and prevents snagging
  • Coated paper cover protects pages inside
  • Color helps designate different subjects or tasks
  • Perforated pages designed for easy tearing
  • 8" x 11" paper
  • 5 subjects
UPC Code:400012331664
Shipping:Usually Ships in 1-2 Business Days
Mead MEA06780 Specs
Quantity1/Each
Length11 Inches
Width8 Inches
Binding Wire
Binding Location Left
Cover Color Assorted
Made in America Yes
Number of Holes None
Number of Pages200
Perforated Yes
Ruling Medium / College Ruled
Shape Rectangle
Type 5 Subject Notebooks
Usage Writing

Customer questions about this product

What color can I expect this notebook cover to be?
The color of this notebook will vary. Colors include blue, green, and red.
What types of ruled paper are there?
The most commonly used ruled papers include wide, college, narrow, quadrille, Gregg, and Pitman ruled. Wide, or legal, ruled paper features a larger 11/32" space between horizontal lines on a sheet. Typically, wide ruled paper is preferred by users with larger handwriting, as well as in schools with younger children. Both college, or medium, and narrow ruled paper have a smaller space between lines. College rule paper has a 9/32" space, which allows for more lines on a page, and is often preferred by users with smaller handwriting. Similarly, narrow rule paper has a 1/4" space between lines.

Quadrille ruled paper is used for graphing and drawing. It features both horizontal and vertical lines evenly space across the page, creating a sheet of same-sized squares. Gregg ruled paper has historically been used for shorthand writing. It has 11/32" space between lines, and features a single margin line down the middle of the sheet. Pitman ruled paper is also used for shorthand writing, but it has 1/2" space between lines in addition to the single margin line down the middle of the sheet.
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Mead MEA06780 Details

Keep all of your important notes in one place with this Mead 06780 8" x 11" assorted color college rule 5 subject wire bound notebook! Great for schools and offices, this notebook features 200 pages of college rule paper. The white color contrasts dark ink for easy-to-read notes. It's held together by its spiral wire that prevents snagging while ensuring all pages stay securely in place.

The coated cover keeps inside pages protected against drips and spills, ensuring your notes are long-lasting. Its bright color is perfect for designating this notebook to a certain subject or task. Plus, its perforated design makes pages easy to remove without accidental tearing or ripping. This notebook's 8" x 11" paper size is ideal for quick note taking during office meetings or class lectures.

Because this item is not stocked in our warehouse, processing, transit times and stock availability will vary. If you need your items by a certain date, please contact us prior to placing your order. Expedited shipping availability may vary. We cannot guarantee that this item can be cancelled off of the order or returned once it is placed.

  • Made in America

    Made in America

    This item was made in the United States of America.

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Customer Reviews

         

These are great 5 subject notebooks! They come with 200 sheets in each notebook. There are built in dividers in the notebooks. The notebooks are also college ruled.

Elijah on 10/17/2017
         

There's five subject notebook is fantastic and has 200 pages and it has dividers in between each subject I really like it it's pre-punched to fit into a three ring binder

Mike R. from N/A on 07/17/2017

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