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Oxford® Poly Index Card Binder, 4 1/2"H x 6 1/2"W x 1 1/2"D, Assorted Colors (No Color Choice)
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Oxford® Poly Index Card Binder, 4 1/2"H x 6 1/2"W x 1 1/2"D, Assorted Colors (No Color Choice)

Item # 827794
With interior pocket and dividers for organization
  • Stylishly textured, durable poly material resists wear and tear.
  • Binder has a convenient interior pocket for extra storage.
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With interior pocket and dividers for organization
  • Stylishly textured, durable poly material resists wear and tear. 
  • Binder has a convenient interior pocket for extra storage.  Also features 2 dividers for quick referencing.
  • Spacious D rings offer added capacity — holds up to 100 cards.  Includes 50 ruled, 3" x 5" white index cards.

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Item # 827794 
Manufacturer # 73569  
card file type index card
card capacity 100 cards
card size 3" x 5"
card file material polypropylene
guides included no
tabs included no
total recycled content 0%
postconsumer recycled content 0%
cards included yes
color Blue; Burgundy; Green
quantity 1
brand name Oxford
manufacturer Esselte Corporation
dimensions 4 1/2"H x 6 1/2"W x 1 1/2"D

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Oxford� Poly Index Card Binder, 4 1/2H x 6 1/2W x 1 1/2D, Assorted Colors (No Color Choice) 2 5 2 2
Index card Binder It does not hold all my index cards and the index tabs as I wished. I have to keep it on its back side in my drawer as it will not stay 'shut' otherwise. I would have loved bigger rings on it. August 25, 2014
Too Stiff These would be much better if they weren't so stiff. They don't close all the way. I even tried to break it in by bending the creases and now it just lays flat open. August 11, 2013
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