Every year we get calls from people looking for the traditional A-Z address insert for their planner.
The store owner, Ed Bauer, is a great guy with a lot of product knowledge. He sells the full range of Quo Vadis and Exacompta planners, Clairefontaine and lots more. He is very competitively priced, so if you prefer not to shop on Amazon you can still get a good deal with Ed.
Here are the editions that have the traditional A-Z address book bound in the book: Textagenda, Notor, Journal 21, Academic Sapa X, Sapa X, Plan & Note, Rhodia Webplanner, Space 24, Space 17, Visual, Exaplan and Monthly 4.
Here are the editions where you can purchase an A-Z address book insert: Scholar, Hebdo, Trinote, Septanote, Prenote, President, Executive, University, Business, Minister, Academic Minister, Biweek, IB Traveler, Principal and Visoplan. Purchase here.
The planners normally come with an “Address/Memo” insert that combines an address book, anniversary/birthday pages, password pages, and lots of ruled and dot grid pages for notes. While this seems more valuable and relevant, many people still prefer the classic A-Z address book.