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Rolodex® Open Card Tray, 2 1/4” x 4”, Black/Silver, Mesh
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Rolodex® Open Card Tray, 2 1/4” x 4”, Black/Silver, Mesh

Item # 638670 OfficeMax # 21228654
Complete with 500 address cards and a 24-division insertable A-Z tabbed index
  • Quickly organize your list of names, phone numbers and addresses for handy use.
  • V-style construction allows for easy viewing.
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Complete with 500 address cards and a 24-division insertable A-Z tabbed index
  • Quickly organize your list of names, phone numbers and addresses for handy use. 
  • V-style construction allows for easy viewing.  Makes it simple to enter information without removing the card.
  • Designer base is made of impact-resistant plastic that stays open for easy reference. 
  • Includes a cover to protect your contacts. 

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Item # 638670 
Manufacturer # 1734233  
card file type business card
card capacity 300
card size 2 1/4" x 4"
card file material paper
guides included yes
tabs included yes
total recycled content 0
postconsumer recycled content 0
cards included yes
color Black/Silver
quantity 300
brand name Rolodex
manufacturer Sanford
dimensions 3 1/8"H x 4 7/8"W x 9 5/16"D

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Rolodex� Open Card Tray, 2 1/4? x 4?, Black/Silver, Mesh 3 5 1 1
Not what I expected. Although touted as a Rolodex for business cards, what it really is is a Rolodex with cards designed to allow you to copy information from business cards to the Rolodex cards. The cards, inexplicably, place the cell phone field at the bottom, separate from the other phone number fields (phone and fax) The cards do not provide separate contact and business name fields - and they should. On the plus side, the construction is excellent and the high sides *do* allow you to place actual business cards in the file - but they are loose and so lose the primary advantage of the Rolodex system. What I *wanted* was a Rolodex that was designed to accept business cards as inserts into tall Rolodex-style cards. With such a system, you can add business cards to your file "as is" without mucking about transferring the information to a Rolodex card. What I *expected* was a file that was designed to hold business cards only, without the funny Rolodex base. That base - which holds the Rolodex cards so well - makes this far less than ideal for storing actual business cards.. Jim September 24, 2009
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