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Post-it Notes are small pieces of paper with a weak adhesive on the back side. They are re-usable and re-postable. The are used for many things such as reminders, page markers, etc.  
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'''Post-it Notes''' are small pieces of [[paper]] with a weak [[adhesive]] on the back side. They are re-usable and re-postable. The are used for many things such as reminders, page markers, etc.  
  
Since their inception in the 1980's, a wide variety of Post-it Notes haev been created.
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Since their inception in the 1980s, a wide variety of Post-it Notes have been created.
  
They were invented by Arthur Fry at 3M.
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They were invented by [[Arthur Fry]] at [[3M]].
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Latest revision as of 14:40, 12 December 2008

Post-it Notes are small pieces of paper with a weak adhesive on the back side. They are re-usable and re-postable. The are used for many things such as reminders, page markers, etc.

Since their inception in the 1980s, a wide variety of Post-it Notes have been created.

They were invented by Arthur Fry at 3M.