TOPS™ Telephone Message Book with Fax/Mobile Section

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Product Details

TOPS™ Telephone Message Book with Fax/Mobile Section

Quick check-off style with special area for fax and mobile phone numbers. Space for important phone numbers. Two-part carbonless copies remain in book as permanent record.

Product Specifications

Item Specifications
Global Product Type Forms-Memo & Message
Form Size Available in: 5 1/2 x 3 7/8 or 5 1/2 x 4 1/4
Forms Per Page Available in: 1 or 4
Form Quantity Available in: 50, 200 or 400
Sheet Size Available in: 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 or 8 1/2 x 11
Principal Heading(s) Important Message
Layout Available in: Four Forms on Page, Two Across, Two Down or One Form on Page
Copy Types Two-Part Carbonless
Binding Available in: Side: Spiral or Top: Spiral
Paper Color(s) Available in: Dark Pink or Pink
Print and Ruling Color(s) Blue
Copy Paper Color(s) Canary
Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent 0%
Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent 0%
Total Recycled Content Percent 0%
Brand TOPS™
Special Features Value Pack
Manufacturer Info
Brand TOPS™  (website)
Brand Contact 800-282-7261

Customer Questions and Answers

 
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What does the "M" and the "OF" stand for?
asked by A. Blizzard on May 30, 2018
    0 votes

The "M" stands for Miss, Mr., Mrs. or ma'am for the title before the surname.  

  • Use Miss with a complete name when you address a card, letter, etc. Typically to a young girl, an unmarried woman.  i.e. Miss Susan Smith
  • Mr. can be used for married and unmarried man.
  • You should use ma'am when you are speaking to a woman who is older than you or a woman who is in a position of authority.  Please note that ma'am does not have a capital M, but Miss, Mr. and Mrs. do.
  • Generally, Mrs. is used for a married woman.  Mrs. Susan Smith

"Of" typically used for company, business name, work force, government agency.  If there is no company, etc. just enter "N/A" for not applicable.

answered by Miles (OnTimeSupplies.com) on May 30, 2018
    0 votes

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Document printed / saved on 08/19/2018. Prices subject to change.