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Office Depot® Brand Tabbed Sheet Protectors, 5-Tab, Assorted Colors
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Office Depot® Brand Tabbed Sheet Protectors, 5-Tab, Assorted Colors

Item # 534822 OfficeMax # 24878704
Super-heavyweight material with indexing on the sides!
  • Insert a title page into the index for a customized, professional look.
  • Works with laser printers and inkjet printers.
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Super-heavyweight material with indexing on the sides!
  • Insert a title page into the index for a customized, professional look. 
  • Works with laser printers and inkjet printers. 
  • Nonstick surface won't lift ink off the page. 

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Item # 534822 
Manufacturer # SRSH-05  
thickness 3.3 mils
transparency type semi-clear
nonstick yes
non-glare yes
opening position top
number of holes punched 3
quantity 1
brand name Office Depot
distributor Swinton Avenue Trading Ltd., Inc.
postconsumer recycled content 0%
total recycled content 0%
sheet protector capacity 10 sheets
sheet protector sheet size 8 1/2" x 11"
sheet protector weight heavyweight

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Office Depot� Brand Tabbed Sheet Protectors, 5-Tab, Assorted Colors 1.5 5 2 2
Doesn't Work The "tab sheet" holder is not off set enough to allow the back page to show through the tabs. It needs an offset of at least another 1/2 inch to be able to be seen when the binder is open. Worthless product otherwise. I have 2 images attached. 1 is at rest and the other is pulled over and how it should look when open. It doesn't. November 24, 2013
be careful This product looks nice however there is no way to print labels for the tabs. Tabs do not have inserts and the sheet is too large for the printer. In order to label the tabs you must print, cut, and paste. July 15, 2013
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