I keep trying Toodledo (and others, on- and offline) again and again, and the booklet is something that could completely win me over.
However, it doesn't quite work with A4 paper (we only get A4 paper here in Europe). I can't find a way to make the (US letter sized) PDF print to an A4 page without either cutting parts off, the whole thing being off-centered, or having large white areas on the left and right edges. So I can't fold it along the lines. (I have the same issues with Pocketmod).
I don't use the booklet, because I simply don't like it much. It's a cute idea, sure. Maybe with some more customizability, I'd use it, but for now: nah.
I use index cards. I pick a few views I want to print (usually various contexts I might be in throughout the day, perhaps a project folder...) and I set up my printer preferences (shrinking to fit the paper size, etc) and presto! Perfectly customizable and durable pages I can bring with me anywhere. Clip the cards together ala Hipster PDA, and you'll be rockin'! :P
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