Life is easier when you’re organized. Divider tabs are the perfect tool to help you organize your documents, binders and more.
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Keep your presentation or binder organized with divider tabs. They help you separate information into segments, keeping important information at your fingertips and allowing you to reference it in a pinch. Choose pre-printed tabs to quickly drop them in and create sections, or select customizable ones if you’d like to create your own.
Check your copier before you choose your tabs – it’s easier to make a choice once you know which tabs your copier is capable of running. Let your office needs and your content guide you in decision-making. Collation, cut and coating are all important considerations. Check out the links below to learn more.
Collation is an important consideration when it comes to choosing your copier tabs. Your choice of tabs is dependent on your copier, and you should check the instructions on it before selecting tabs. The most common tabs are Single Reverse, which means that they are collated in the opposite order of the way they will appear – 5-4-3-2-1. Similar to the Single Reverse, Double Reverse tabs contain two tabs in reverse order, and are used primarily with Xerox models 5090, 5390, 5690. Double Reverse tabs are collated 55-44-33-22-11. Last, but not least, Straight tabs are collated in front-facing order – in the same way that they would be placed in a binder or within a document – as 1-2-3-4-5.
The cut of a suit says something specific about it, but the cut of tabs refers to something far simpler – it just states how many tabs you will need for your presentation. For example, a 1/5 cut has 5 tabs, a 1/4 cut has 4 tabs, and so on. It’s easy to know how many tabs there are, based on the cut.
Both coated and uncoated tabs provide convenient dividers for any project or presentation. When you’re looking for added durability and strength, coated tabs are the option for you. Coated with Mylar or Trilar, these tabs are a great choice for documents that will be referenced frequently, and they take your presentations up a notch. When simplicity and value are priorities, uncoated tabs are also an excellent choice.
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