I really depend on my Filofax. If I forget it or loose it, I tend to
get confused, frustrated and very upset. My worst nightmare is having
my Filofax stolen.
Do you know those small, useful fact-sheets in the Filofax. Those
listing shoe-sizes and metric conversion tables? I like those, except
for the fact that they never list what I really need. So, I decided to
make my own, computer-oriented fact sheets.
Below are listed all (well, most of...) the fact sheets
that I've made. There are two versions of each. First a gif-picture,
which is only ment for a preview, and a PostScript version. If you
print out the PostScript version on a doublesided printer, then you
get three copies of that sheet.
What if you are an American and you don't have A4 paper
sheets. Sorry, life is tough!
Now, suppose you want to print them out. First of all, I recommend
paper sheets that are fairly thin, e.g. 40g to 60g should be ok,
provided that your printer can handle it. I prefer paper that is just
a tiny bit gray -- white paper is to bright. If you are using
double-sided printout, then you need to use A4 paper sheets. After you
have printed the pages out, cut them up according to the marks on the
page. Please! Do use a paper cutter. Using a pair of scissors does
not give good results. Cut the holes using a special-purpose Filofax
Please report any errors that you may find in these pages to me (firstname.lastname@example.org),
and I will try to fix them. And please do contact me if:
- you have suggestions for additional Filofax pages;
- you want to give me feedback on the pages;
- you want to print out in anything else than A4;
Filofax is a trademark of
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