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Divide it Up File Folder, Multi Section, Letter, Assorted, 12/Pack, Sold as 1 Package
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- Three sections in one folder help manage multiple documents or subdivide projects.
- Sections are closed in on two sides to prevent papers from falling out.
- Large main tab and three individual section tabs.
- Small tabs and open ends allow for easy access.
- Integrates seamlessly into existing filing systems.
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Three sections in one folder help manage multiple documents or subdivide projects. Sections are closed on two sides to prevent papers from falling out. Holds 175 sheets of paper. File Folder Type: Top Tab; Size: Letter; Folder Material: 11 pt. Manila.
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I selected a set in plain manila color, for everyday files, at the same time that I bought this color set. The day will come when I'll need to find the folder fast and head out the door. Aside from organizing (for example, my tax papers), I will use the extra folder space in front of each section for writing and attaching notes and business cards. I am much more composed when handling papers with the help of this folder. It's like having an assistant!
I like these over the manila ones because the colors are nice to use in the classroom for the 3 grade levels I teach. I label the tabs with small post-it notes, and I don't put daily files in them. These are to hold tests, bubble sheets, and reteach worksheets for students who haven't passed a particular standard. I have to hold my sets until all students test, so I put the "done" ones at the very back on hold when a kid is absent. This eliminates the need for paper clips. With so much to track, this set of folders is another organizational tool that lets me sort things quickly so I don't have to shuffle through stacks of paper clipped copies to grab what I need. They aren't holding a ton, maybe 36 sheets, and I don't access them all the time. Once students are retaught and retested, these are put away. At the end of the year, I pull everything out, have them set up and ready to go, and if a standard is replaced with another one, the post-it label comes off and is replaced.