The concept behind this was taken from this inventoids post, but I didn't have a Moleskine so I thought I would use this on my Latin dictionary to make it easier to look words up. Unfortunately, it didn't occur to me to write an instructable when I first did this, so these photos are from tab-ifying another book.
Step 1: What you'll need
- a book: it can be a dictionary, reference handbook, diary, notebook, etc. Anything you want to separate into sections or index for easy reference. It also helps if your book is flexible, i.e. you can bend it when you thumb through the pages.
- a knife: you could use scissors if you really wanted to, but I wouldn't recommend it
- a cutting mat: if you don't have one, use a stack of scrap paper
- a ruler
- paperclips or binder clips (optional): to mark out the sections you want