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Could the "drooping" of the pages eventually damage the textbook?

I put it on a bookstand as I have neck pain, and it's much easier on my neck to read it straight up.

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I think you choosed wrong bookstand for you. You need page keeping part in your bookstand. And some of them has changeable angle properties. Get a new one like this;

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And also when you read in your hand, you can use this book holder. It's brilliant.

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+1 The one depicted by the questioner is made out of plastic so is probably not made for bigger books. – Tom Wijsman Sep 25 '11 at 20:23
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Wow - good example! What are some examples of such bookstands that I could buy? – InquilineKea Sep 26 '11 at 0:03

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