By Erin Huffstetler | 01/17/2019 | No Comments
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Use these free address pages to create your own address book. They’re available in two sizes – 8.5” x 11” and 5.5” x 8.5.” Just print them out; punch holes in them, and they’re ready to insert in a planner or binder.
Commercial address books and planners don’t usually come with many address pages, and they can be difficult to update. If you use this printable version, you can print and add pages whenever you need to. So, if you have a friend or family member who moves every five minutes, these address pages will make it easier for you to update your records.
There’s a line in the upper right-hand corner for you to indicate which letter each page is for.
Printable Address Book Pages
These full-sheet (8.5″ x 11″) address pages print in four colors – brown, blue, burgundy and green. Use all four colors, or choose your favorite.
These half-sheet (5.5″ x 8.5″) address pages can be used in classic-sized planners, and should also work in A5 planners (though they may need to be trimmed).
Set your printer to print double-sided pages. If you’re printing the 5.5″ x 8.5″ version, check the box next to “flip on the short side.” If you’re printing the 8.5″ x 11″ version, check the box next to “flip on the long side.” Then, print a test page to make sure everything is oriented correctly.
If your printer doesn’t duplex (i.e. print double-sided), you’ll need to feed the pages through a second time to print the backsides.
Many web browsers have their own built-in PDF viewers, but they tend to be buggy. If you’re having trouble printing or editing one of our printables, click here for help.
Have a Specific Planner That You Want to Use These Address Pages In?
If the pages in your planner use something other than a standard three-hole punch, just buy a hole punch for the planner system that you use, and you’ll be able to add these, and any other pages that you’d like, to your planner. This will save you a lot of money over time, and allow you to customize your planner to your specific needs.
Here are links to several hole punches that work with many of the popular planner systems:
This punch works with all planner systems and sizes. It comes with the punches that you need to do round holes. If you have a disc-bound or spiral-bound planner, you’ll need to buy an add-on insert to do those. I have not personally tested this punch, but I own, and love, several products made by We R Memory Keepers.
This punch works with 8.5″ x 11″ disc-bound planners. I own this punch, and it’s really well made.
If you like to create your own planners from scratch, I highly recommend this spiral binding machine. I own this one, and it’s an absolute work-horse. You can quickly and easily turn anything into a spiral notebook.
Use a Binder to Create an Address Book
If you don’t have a planner to put these address pages in, just slide them in a binder. The 8.5″ x 11″ pages fit perfectly in a standard-size binder, and the 5.5″ x 8.5″ pages fit perfectly in a mini binder. If you go this route, consider adding a set of alphabet index tab dividers to make your address book even easier to use.