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Whether you're at home, work or school, you most likely have a collection of important papers or documents that you need to properly store and access. We offer many different types of filing and storage solutions that will help you effectively manage all of your important documents. If you need a storage solution that allows for room to grow, consider an expandable folder.
Expanding Files With Flaps
If you have an important project or presentation that involves a large quantity of paper, expandable file folders are an ideal solution for storage and protection. If you want to go the extra mile to make that good first impression, choose one of our expanding file folders with flaps. Designed to hold up to 100 pages of letter-size paper behind a secure pocket, these files will present your contents in an upright position, and feature a handy flap that can be ticked in to close the folder or tucked back to open it.
When you need to store large quantities of letter- and legal-size documents, consider one of our expanding jackets. Choose from a variety of durable materials, such as heavy, reinforced paper stock, pressboard or polypropylene. Side gussets will hold all of your papers in place. A variety of colors are available, so you can easily sort and identify your documents.
Our expanding pockets are also an ideal way to safely store large numbers of documents. Choose from a variety of durable materials to hold letter- and legal-size paper. Gussets will hold everything in place. Select from a variety of tab options for customization and compatibility with your current filing system.
Our expanding wallets come in a number of different sizes and are ideal for organizing a variety of documents, from checks, coupons and receipts up to letter- and legal-size documents. Tabbed dividers allow you to quickly file items. Protective flaps and strings ensure contents remain protected when not in use.