Monday 18 March 2013

New series - cut-outs for the Midori Traveler's Notebook

Anyone who owns a Midori Traveler's Notebook should visit Midori's Traveler's Notebook site. There you can see how users have customised their notebooks and see what new products are available or on the way.

For me, the best part of the site is the Helpful Downloads page. Here you can download PDFs to cut out and stick in your notebook. There are calendars (but sadly not 2013 ones), maps and other specialist pages. The Moleskine site has a similar facility, although you have to register to access it.

It made me think about what information I'd like to carry around with me. Sad geek that I am, my first thought was some reference information on Microsoft Excel functions.

So here is my first cut-out for you to download and print for your Midori TN.

In all, there are 12 of these pages which collectively detail the full set of Excel functions included in Excel 2003, since when a few new ones have been added but none removed.

You can download the PDF file here.

Print at full size and cut as indicated (there are printer's crop marks on every page as shown below.) Then simply glue into your notebook insert.

I'm intending to make a range of these cut-out inserts, but please let me know in the comments if there is anything you would like to see included.


Maria Spinola said...

Cool! I do not own a Midiory, but I think I am going to put this in my FF. I have been wanted this for ages! Thank you so much!!

Simon said...

very useful, thanks. printed and in my midori as we speak. I've been thinking of the same sort of thing for a while but couldn't decide what i'd use both at work and at home/holiday travelling.

Majokie said...

This is very useful. Thank you for sharing!!

Unknown said...

It's really useful. But I do own a midori traveler's notebook, passport size. It would be great if you could have tutorials on how to make the refills, as well as the printouts for the passport size traveler's notebook.. Thank you for sharing!

Ray Blake said...

This is all I presently have for the Passport size:


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