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Smead® Hanging Folder Frame, Letter Size/Legal Size
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Smead® Hanging Folder Frame, Letter Size/Legal Size

Item # 768490 OfficeMax # 24404360
Adapt older file cabinets to accept hanging file folders
  • 2 rails are finished with smooth edges.
  • Heavy-gauge steel construction.
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Adapt older file cabinets to accept hanging file folders
  • 2 rails are finished with smooth edges. 
  • Heavy-gauge steel construction. 
  • Scored to snap-off lengths at 1/2" increments. 
  • Rails scored to adjust from 12 to 24 length. 

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Item # 768490 
Manufacturer # 64869  
color Gray
construction Steel
file folder size 8 1/2" x 11"; 8 1/2" x 14"
brand name Smead
manufacturer Smead Manufacturing Company, Inc.
file size accepted letter/legal
postconsumer recycled content 0%
total recycled content 0%

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Smead? Hanging Folder Frame, Letter Size/Legal Size 2 5 14 15
Smead Hanging folder Not easily adjustible for smaller drawer. Not as easy to put together. January 12, 2015
Helpful Very helpful.. Hold my files and was not expensive , however I did have a hard time adjusting , to hard December 6, 2014
Junk This is a piece of junk. It can't get any cheaper than this. The cardboard box probably cost more to make than the file folder frame. You used to buy a file folder frame and get two fames in the box. This is one flimsy frame that costs the same as two older ones that were far better quality. Real value, about $3, including the cardboard box. November 16, 2014
Not sturdy Unless the drawer you are inserting this metal folder frame in to is exactly the right size, the frame will just collapse. My file drawer is about 4 inches wider than the frame so when I put my files on the frame, it just collapses to the front or back. Disappointing as it seems this could be easily fixed if manufacturer would just add metal sides on the bottom of the frame to create more of a box for stability. September 7, 2014
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