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Office Depot® Brand Side-Loading Sheet Protectors, 8 1/2" x 11", Clear, Pack Of 25
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Office Depot® Brand Side-Loading Sheet Protectors, 8 1/2" x 11", Clear, Pack Of 25

Item # 623138 OfficeMax # 21711809
The economical way to protect your pages!
  • Easily insert your documents without punching holes in them.
  • Nonstick surface won't lift ink off the page.
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The economical way to protect your pages!
  • Easily insert your documents without punching holes in them. 
  • Nonstick surface won't lift ink off the page. 
  • Acid free and archival safe. 

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Item # 623138 
Manufacturer # SRSH-06  
transparency type clear
nonstick yes
non-glare no
opening position right side
number of holes punched 3
quantity 25
brand name Office Depot
distributor Swinton Avenue Trading Ltd., Inc.
sheet protector sheet size 8 1/2" x 11"
sheet protector weight heavyweight

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Office Depot? Brand Side-Loading Sheet Protectors, 8 1/2 x 11, Clear, Pack Of 25 2 5 2 2
Doesn't work w/Office Depot Brand tabbed dividers I recently purchased a binder, tabs and various inserts/protectors for a committee. Imagine my suprise to discover that the pager protectors are wider than the tabbed dividers. With the protectors in place, the tabs are hidden and the dividers essentially useless. The dividers are exatly 8.5" with the tab being the widest part at just under 9" wide while the insert is 9.5" wide. Their width also causes them to stick out of the end of the Wilson Jones Binder I bought. January 31, 2013
Quality isn't good I made a mistake buying a side insert type because as I turn the sheet, the side near the binder rings pop out slightly. I'm not sure if it's the thickness or what, but I see wrinkles on the surface. December 8, 2009
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