Multiple Uses of Loose-Leaf Book
Loose-leaf comes from a popular book binding method in the late 19th century: loose-leaf binding (Loose-leaf Binding) used thread binding for heavy books.
In the past, when taking notes, there was no concept of how many pages should be used in this book. When taking notes, it was always difficult to empty the space. When writing a chase, I tore it and left a gap, but the loose-leaf book is completely Solve all the previous problems! But did you know that there are 5 ways to open the loose-leaf book?Today, the binder supplier will introduce how to use the binder?
It can be said that the loose-leaf book is not only a photo album, but also a life diary. Use glue stick or paper tape to stick those photos of yours on the loose-leaf paper, which becomes a photo album!You can also paste the photos on a piece of paper, and write down your feelings at the time in the left position, and make a life diary. It must be a perfect experience!
The loose-leaf notebook is perfect for junior and high school students to take notes. You can add some test papers, wrong questions, and punch holes to the loose-leaf notebook. You don't need to think about leaving it blank when you take notes. Just write it directly, and when you need to add something, just open it and add it in.In addition, students remember to take off the loose-leaf paper when taking notes, if it is not very handy, except of course the binder is very thin!
A fixed-page book can generally only record one type of content, but many students have a lot of content when recording, and plan the number of pages of various content at the beginning, which is super inconvenient to use!However, if this is a loose-leaf book, one divider page can solve all the troubles and gather multiple contents into one book!
4. Store this
The loose-leaf book can also be used as a storage book! If you have less stationery, it is not a dream to bring a loose-leaf book to class from now on, tear off the content to be learned from the textbook (this is not recommended) and then clip it into the loose-leaf book, and easily change the load!
As long as the storage page is installed, the loose-leaf notebook can pack stationery such as sticky notes, scratch paper, pens, and erasers.
If it is equipped with a file bag, the test papers and other documents can also be packed, which is very convenient to look through.
The biggest feature of the excerpt loose-leaf book is that it can be flexibly disassembled and assembled. It is simply a perfect match for excerpts. Combined with the above method of collecting books, you can also use different separator pages to classify the excerpted content! From then on, it is so easy to extract good sentences, good articles, and record typical questions!
That's right, you haven't read it. The loose-leaf book can still be used as a copybook. Does any witty student think of how to operate it?
First of all, we need to find the font we like, adjust the word spacing, line spacing, page margins, font size, boldness, and then print it out. Then, for the previous sheet, we add a sheet of relatively transparent paper. This is not just a copy. Copybook? Easy to carry, low cost, super perfect copybook?
Writing directly on a loose-leaf book, even if it is not a "wrong" method, is certainly not a traditional usage.
The correct way to use a loose-leaf book
1. Open the spine and take out a piece of loose-leaf paper;
2. Close the spine, place the loose-leaf paper on a flat surface you like, and start writing;
3. After writing, put it back in the binder.
If you have a "filing/reading loose-leaf book" in addition to the "going out/writing loose-leaf book" at home, then there are some follow-up steps:
1. Regularly check out the use of books;
2. Put the loose pages that need to be archived into the archive;
3. Replace with a new blank loose-leaf paper.
If you compare the "loose-leaf book for going out/writing" to the hard disk of a computer, then the "loose-leaf book for archiving/reading" is a tape drive for backup.