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Oxford® Spiral-Bound Index Cards, Ruled, 3" x 5", White, Pack Of 50
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Oxford® Spiral-Bound Index Cards, Ruled, 3" x 5", White, Pack Of 50

Item # 174318
Spiral binding keeps cards in place and in order
  • Individual cards can be easily removed.
  • Ideal for organizing important speeches, notes or presentations.
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Spiral binding keeps cards in place and in order
  • Individual cards can be easily removed. 
  • Ideal for organizing important speeches, notes or presentations. 

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Item # 174318 
Manufacturer # ESS40282  
card size 3" x 5"
color White
spiral-bound yes
card material 11 pt. stock
quantity 50
brand name Oxford
manufacturer Esselte Corporation

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Oxford� Spiral-Bound Index Cards, Ruled, 3 x 5, White, Pack Of 50 3 5 2 2
Handy and Useful I have used this product for years. I have never had the experience of disappearing lines expressed by another reviewer. In fact, since 15 - 20 years ago, I use these cards to write notes, make shopping lists, etc. For the price, they are quite helpful. I grew tired of losing flimsy pieces of paper with notes and lists, and, since I started using these cards, no more problems. I recently used the last of my supply, and, was concerned that I might not find more, but, thankfully, they are not hard to find. March 9, 2013
Worst index cards ever Who would ever think there could be a problem with index cards? I bought these cards because I needed more room on cards I was already using. I spent a lot of time transferring info from the first set of index cards to this one. As I was writing in ink, the LINES imprinted on the cards started smearing from the miniscule bit of perspiration on my hands. I have never had that happen with any office product (including Oxford products) before. I wrote to the company about it, but they never replied. November 28, 2012
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