Office Depot� Brand Tabbed Sheet Protectors, 8-Tab, Clear
Useful tabs that stick out past sheet protectors
Finally found some tabs that stick out past page protectors! I liked the cover sheet option I could do for each tab sheet. These tabs are different than regular tabs. To label the tabs, you fill out a "tab sheet" that goes in the very back, after the last tab. The titles will be centered underneath each tab area, so as you look down at your binder, you will see the corresponding title showing through its tab. If you follow the "tab sheet" instructions closely, you will be successful.
I am taking off one star, because the Microsoft Word formatting instructions are a little out of date (you can still figure it out) and the package is not labeled clearly enough to help you figure out the "tab sheet" option.
July 6, 2014
Filled a long overdue need
I do considerable genealogical research. Many of my printouts and documents are placed into sheet protectors. The usual indexes do not protrude far enough beyond the protected documents to be visible or effective.
Having a sheet protector that had a tab attached is quite innovative. I'm glad that I saw this product used in the research of a friend (lives out of state), and I was able to purchase this item on-line and pick it up at the store (no shipping cost).
In my friend's state, the protectors are sold in the retail stores. That's all right, I don't mind picking them up; the distance to the store is not that far from my home; I combine the trip with other purchases.
April 6, 2013
Are you kidding me?
Horrible tabs! I still haven't figured out how to insert the label into the tab!
January 19, 2013
there are no templates to be found on office depot website. The instructions that are enclosed for example for microsot word, wordperfect or other word processors. It should automatically include microsoft office all versions!
January 2, 2011