Office Depot� Brand Tabbed Sheet Protectors, 8-Tab, Assorted Colors
I bought these thinking I would be able to finally have visible dividers in a binder filled with items in sheet protectors. While the tabs to stick out past the edge of the sheet protectors in my binder (good), I am unable to label the tabs (bad).
I understand that the way these are designed, you should be able to print off a tabs page that is supposed to lie beneath all the tabs and have the tab titles be readable through the tabs. However, there is no template on the Office Depot site for this, nor do the instructions provided within the package work. (FYI the instructions for Microsoft Word included within the package do not line up with the options available to me on Word 2013.)
My solution: use my label maker to make labels to stick on to the tabs. Might not be the neatest job ever done, but at least it will work.
February 9, 2014
No opening for tab!
Very frustrated. There is no opening in the tab, however it comes with directions to make insert tabs!
This is not as it appears to be.
February 8, 2014
Cannot insert label into tabs!
Not what you are expecting. Once you get the sheets you find that you cannot insert labels into the tabs. There is no opening for a tab. It also says you can use a template, but you would still have to be able to INSERT the label into the tab. Not as advertised. Very disappointed in this purchase.
October 28, 2013
This is not what is appears to be!
I agree with what was said above. It clearly shows on the package that these are tabs with labels, and the tabs on the from package cover show labels on them, yet surprise surprise you cannot insert paper tabs into them to make the labels.
Then I call the number on the package because it says paper templates are available on the website, yet after calling 3 times, once because someone hung up on me and the other 2 times because I could not understand anyone they tell me a generic template to use from the website, expect that once you print out your labels you cannot put them into the tabs. The help line was uneducated on products.
October 2, 2013