Side A contains the kanji in two fonts and the following:
- RK = Remembering The Kanji index
- N = Modern Reader's Japanese-English Character Dictionary (Classic Nelson) index
- NN = The New Nelson Japanese-English Character Dictionary index
- KL = The Kodansha Kanji Learner's Dictionary index
- U = Unicode
- S = stroke count
- G = G1-G6: jouyou grades 1-6; G8: for general-use; G9 for name-use
- F = kanji frequency of use ranking
- R = radical
Side B contains the Remembering The Kanji keyword in bold, and then other keywords found in KANJIDIC. The onyomi is shown in katakana, and kunyomi in hiragana.
Using the latest Adobe Acobat Reader:
- Set PAGE SCALING to NONE to get the ideal size on an 8.5" x 11" stock. Depending on the paper size and the printer that is used, this may need to be changed
- Print with SUBSET set to ODD PAGES.
- Flip the stack of cards, re-feed.
- Print with SUBSET set to EVEN PAGES.
Data for the files came from KANJIDIC by Jim Breen. Additional data for RTK3 is by John Vold. Also thanks to Denis Fabrice of kanji.koohii.com (visit his site for more RTK!) and earlneath for forwarding me the RTK3 file.