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If your school has just given you an agenda book, or if you've just bought one, you might be disappointed to find that a lot of these do not come with punched holes. (At least I was disappointed.....) Luckily, you can easily make a compartment in your binder to hold your agenda. The compartment is made out of things that you'll probably have somewhere in your house. Let's get started! (If you like this Instructable then vote for it in the Dorm Hacks Contest. Every vote counts!)

Step 1: Materials

For this simple compartment, all you will need is:

  • Duct Tape
  • An Agenda Book
  • A Binder
  • A Sandwich Bag/Ziploc bag (Your agenda book should be able to fit in it snugly)

Step 2: Position Ziploc Bag

After you have all the materials, position the agenda book inside the bag and at the back (or front) of the inside of the binder.

Step 3: Tape the Bag Down

After you have the bag in place, use a strip of duct tape to tape down the left/right side. Then tape down the other side and the bottom. To keep the bag staying somewhat open, take the agenda book out and slowly tape the bottom half of the opening down. I found this easier to do if you use multiple, smaller strips of tape.

Step 4: Enjoy And/or Decorate!!

I hope someone out there finds this useful. I know I did. If you like this then vote for it as my last minute entry in the Dorm Hacks Contest!

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