AAG7090520

At-A-Glance Dated Weekly Appointment Refills

Weekly - 3.25" x 6.25" - January till December - 1 Week Per 2 Page(s) - White

Reg. Price $14.69

Our Price $11.69 Each

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Weekly appointment refill is designed for use with At-A-Glance 70-543 Planners. Dated planning pages range 12 months from January to December. Two-page-per-week spreads offer unruled daily entries, holidays and Monday-through-Sunday scheduling. Wirebound planner also has perforated corners for easy reference.
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SKU
AAG7090520
Manufacturer
MeadWestvaco
Manufacturer Part Number
70-905-20
Brand Name
At-A-Glance
Packaged Quantity
1 Each
Product Type
Appointment Book Refill
Color
White
Date Format
Weekly
Binding Type
Wire Bound
Time Period
1 Year
Calendar Type
Julian
Placement
Pocket
Features
Perforated Corner
Refillable
No
Recycled
No

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At-A-Glance Dated Weekly Appointment Refills
 
4.1

(based on 8 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (3)

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    (3)

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    (2)

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4.0

BRING BACK THE BLUE

By Sev

from SF

Verified Buyer

Comments about At-A-Glance Dated Weekly Appointment Refills:

Great product but missing the cool blue color it used come in - wanna get that fifth star? BRING BACK THE BLUE

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  • No
 
5.0

Convenient way to track cash purchases.

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Comments about At-A-Glance Dated Weekly Appointment Refills:

I have bought this product several years now. It is the best way I have found to keep tabs on cash expenditures by the month.

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5.0

My faithful life organizer!

By Linda G

from San Jose

Verified Buyer

Comments about At-A-Glance Dated Weekly Appointment Refills:

Works perfect to coordinate work and home items and I have been using it for decades.

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  • No
 
3.0

Blue paper

By Rada

from Columbus, IN

Pros

    Cons

    • No blue paper option.

    Best Uses

      Comments about At-A-Glance Dated Weekly Appointment Refills:

      I agree completely, and endorse the urging of a return of a blue paper option for this weekly planner. I have requested this a number of times, but to no avail.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Paper quality

      By Raine

      from Harrington Park, NJ

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about At-A-Glance Dated Weekly Appointment Refills:

      I've been purchasing this product for over 20 years. In the past few, the paper quality was changed from an easy-to-read light blue to a much thinner white, which has some bleed through from the reverse side of the page. Please change this back to the nicer, easier-to-read quality. Thank you.

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      3.0

      I wish it had a new cover

      By Lisa

      from Indiana

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about At-A-Glance Dated Weekly Appointment Refills:

      Why can I only buy the refill and not a new black cover for it?

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
       
      5.0

      I have bought this product every year for the last 25+ years

      By Jody

      from Chicago

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about At-A-Glance Dated Weekly Appointment Refills:

      It is disappointing that ataglance no longer provides the entire appointment book, only provides the refills so that I have to reuse old books and insert the refills each year.

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      • No
       
      4.0

      Refill great, but I miss the leather cover

      By KMB

      from MN

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about At-A-Glance Dated Weekly Appointment Refills:

      The efficient design and size of the refill calendar is terrific, but I miss having a leather cover. The plastic cover is chintzy and does not look professional. Please bring back the leather cover! Mine bit the dust and I need a new one.

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