April 9, 2010 Update: The download links should be active. Let me know if there are any problems.
If you’re new to price books, watch this video to learn what they are and how to use them.
There have been even more requests for changes and updates to the PYP price book, so here’s another upgrade. I won’t post any more individual posts on this topic, so for future additions or upgrades, subscribe to the comments on this post or bookmark this post to see what’s new.
Option 1: Full-Sized Price Book (Click here to download the most recently updated version.)
The original price book prints pages that look like this:
Option 2: Half-Sized Price Book (Brand new. Click here to download.)
The new miniature version prints only half-sized pages. This means that you can either print them on half sheets, or print them on full-sized sheets and use the second half to print another price book page. This allows users to carry smaller price books instead of full-sized three-ring binders. All of the updated pages listed below are included in this first version of the half-sized price book.
Important Upgrade: Master price list. At your request, we’ve also added a master price list which lists the basic prices of all the individual sheets in the price book. This is for folks who don’t want to record their own prices, but would still like some base reference points to carry in their purse or pocket. It’s included in both of the books above, or you can download it individually from the upgrade list below.
Additional Pages: These pages have been added to the price book since its original publication. They’re included in the price books above, but if you don’t want to re-download the entire price book, you can download the individual pages below.