Word. Dot Grid Notebooks

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Word. Notebooks’s signature bullet-point page layout is great for staying productive and organized, but not so much for drawing and sketching. Their latest release, the Dot Grid, features a new page layout with a matrix of dots, each 5x5mm apart. This combines the freedom of a blank page, the ease of writing on a line, and the precision of standard graph paper. Geared towards artists and designers, the Dot Grid lets your sketches and mockups do the talking, without traditional printed ruling getting in the way. The covers of these books also feature a dot grid on a white background, making it easy to add a title, sketch a drawing, or further personalize your book. If lined notebooks aren’t your thing, and you find graph paper is too cluttered, definitely consider the Word. Dot Grid books.

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Absolutely love dot-grid paper. My Field Notes (Pitch Black) have them, and it is incredibly versatile.
Yup, glad to see this layout offered from more makers!
Is there any real diffence between Word notebooks and Field Note books?
I FIND WORD EASIER TO HOLD IN YOUR HAND AND WRITE ON. I WISHED THEY HAD MORE VARIETY, LIKE PLAIN LINES, INSTEAD EVERYTHING IS IN BULLET FORM. EXCEPT FOR 2 SPECIALTY NOTEBOOKS(GRID, DAILY NOTES). WORD IS MY GOTO NOTE BOOK. BUT FIELD HAS A LOT MORE VARIETY, BUT IN LIMITED AMOUNTS. I'VE NEVER TESTED MY WORD LIKE THIS YET, BUT ON VACATION MY FIELD GOT SOAKED, AND I WAS STILL ABLE TO READ AND WRITE ON WHEN DRIED.