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A notebook is a small book often used for writing.
Notebook or The Notebook may also refer to:
- Notebook (style), a writing technique
- The Notebook (novel) (1996), by Nicholas Sparks
- The Notebook (1986), a novel by Agota Kristof
- "The Notebook" (1994), a poem from Early Work by Patti Smith
Film and TV
- The Notebook (2004 film), an American romantic drama directed by Nick Cassavetes, based on the Sparks novel
- Notebook (2006 film), an Indian romantic drama directed by Rosshan Andrrews
- Notebook (2013 film), a Nepali romance directed by Yogesh Ghimire
- The Notebook (2013 film), a Hungarian drama directed by János Szász, based on the Kristof novel
- All pages beginning with "Notebook"
- All pages with titles containing "Notebook"
- Notepad (software), a plain text editor for Microsoft Windows
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